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Participants are sorting vegetables (beans).
Empowering Life Skills Through Cooking Training
Introduction Disability inclusion has gained momentum across sectors, emphasizing its critical importance in areas ranging from education to employment. However, one crucial aspect of inclusion that remains underemphasized is its integration into life skill development. Take, for instance, the realm of cooking skills. While concepts like leadership and personality development have garnered widespread recognition, essential […]
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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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Ms. Sabita Lamichhane explaining Anatomy of Uterus to a visually impaired participant through tactile method.
Training on Sexuality for Women with Disability
Prayatna Nepal, a prominent disability rights organization, recently organized a training program on sexuality for visually impaired women in Nepal. This comprehensive five-day event, held from March 11 to March 15, 2024, aimed to educate and empower visually impaired women from various regions of the country by equipping them with valuable knowledge and skills related […]
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Ms. Sabita Lamichhane (Secretary of Prayatna Nepal) developing minute based on the discussed points in the meeting
Formation of Sister of Prayatna at Lumbini Pradesh
Prayatna Nepal successfully formed Sister of Prayatna at Lumbini Pradesh. This group will facilitate and coordinate the networking with the local OPDs, government and non government organizations including visually impaired girls and women residing in the area.
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