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Feminist Dialogue on COVID-19 in the lives of Visually impaired women

Published on: January 29, 2021

On 29th January 2021, Prayatna Nepal conducted Feminist Dialogue among the visually impaired women about the impact of COVID 19 in their life on virtual platform zoom. 14 blind and visually impaired women were participated in the program from different parts of Nepal. The dialogue program was facilitated by Miss Shilpa Dhungel, vice chair of Prayatna Nepal.

In the program, participants shared their fear, dilemma, the lockdown situation, challenges in access to livelihood, employment because of COVID. They also shared their overcoming measures to tackle the ongoing situation of COVID. Prayatna Nepal collected recommendations from participants for its initiation to address the needs of visually impaired women regarding COVID.


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