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Issue Identification

Disability Inclusive Development for students
Advocacy meetings with health insitutions (Charak institute of health science and Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara, Nepal)
Prayatna Nepal is the self-help organization, which is working continuously to empower the living condition of women and girls with visual impairment. The organization is established by the group of both women with and without visual impairment. Among the seven board members, five (71%) are with visual impairment, including the chairperson. The idea of inclusion […]
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Participants paying attention immediately theoretical session
Training on sexual harassment and gender-based violence dealing technique for visually impaired women and girls
Prayatna Nepal is the self-help organization working for empowering the living condition women and girls with visually impairments. The organization is established by the composition of both women with and without visually impairments. Among the seven board members, five of them (71%) are with visually impairments where the organization is led by the totally blind […]
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Participants engaging on Group work
Orientation on Disability and Sexuality to Health workers
Prayatna Nepal is a nonprofit, non-religious, and non-political women led organization established for the empowerment and rights promotion of women and girls with visual impairments. Since its establishment in 2015, Prayatna Nepal has been implementing various activities targeting to the visually impaired girls and women. Since Prayatna Nepal is the part of overall national and […]
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Two participants following the tips given by the facilitator using their mobile phones.
End User Orientation on digital accessibility for visually impaired girls and women
Prayatna Nepal is the self-help organization working for the living of women and girls with visually impairments. The organization is established by the composition of both women with and without visually impairments. Among the seven board members, five of them (71%) are visual impairments, and the organization is led by the totally blind woman as […]
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Facilitator (Ms.Sabita Lamichhane) guiding a participant
Signature Technique Training for blind and visually impaired girls and women.
Prayatna Nepal is the self-help organization, which is working continuously to empower the living condition of women and girls with visual impairment. The organization is established by the group of both women with and without visual impairment. Among the seven board members, five (71%) are with visual impairment, including the chairperson. The idea of inclusion […]
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Prayatna Nepal is an organization established to works for visually impaired women and girls. We empower visually impaired women and girls to take their lives in their own hand.
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