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Interaction with local government

MPAC meeting

Published on: February 3, 2021

Prayatna Nepal has organized MPAC meeting on 2nd February 2021 in Lalitpur  Metropolitan City  under  “ Empowerment of Visually Impaired Women  in Nepal” supported by Women Fund Asia and 'Ensuring the Access of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights of Visually Impaired Women supported by mama cash. The objective of that program was to analyze the resource utilization status of the Prayatna Nepal and  review   progress, achievements as well as gather appropriate feedback and suggestion for project implementation.  Almost all of the Palika level sectors head including Women Development Committee, Prayatna Nepal staffs and board members attended the meeting chaired by the deputy meyar  of Lalitpur metropolitan city .

The participants from government institution has provided feedback to  Prayatna Nepal . Deputy mayor Mrs. Gita Silwal said, this is a very important meeting and interventions are in a very sensitive sectors.  Prayatna Nepal should document the all suggestion and feedbacks. And organization should collaborate with local government.

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