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Games, fun and joy were in the foreground during these two days. Our Motto: Let's change our minds and experience something new together! After a short round of introduction of all participants, we played some warm-up games, which demanded a lot from some youngsters. All games...

A saccharine smile on her face and a zeal in her eyes, she is Binda B.K., a Danfe beneficiary of the year 2016. She has come a long way from being a beneficiary, to becoming a local entrepreneur and at current working in collaboration with...

On Friday, 15 December 2017, I had my fourth home visit within the framework of the Hakuna Matata project at SAATH. Accompanied by my colleague, Ms. Ayeesha Joshi, I had the great pleasure to meet an incredible woman and her daughter. I became witness to...

Her eyes were watery as she tells her daughter to sit alongside her. She offered us water and consoled us everything was fine with her life. I asked her again, “How are things going on?” With a faded smile she replied, “If I see things,...

Meena Ale Magar, Kunchowk I feel my life took a turn when I got the opportunity to enroll in training at Danfe. Being born as a girl in a rural community has not always been easy. We still live in a patriarchal society that confines women’s capacity...

Samjhana Giri Kunchok  My family and I have seen a lot of devastation during the earthquake of 2015. I lost my father, brother, sister and grandmother during that time the memories of which still haunts me today. It was a very difficult time for me and my...

SUJATA BOTE The moments here working with all the girls always makes me feel that I am empowered. I’ve learned from the scratch and now I know I can do a lot more. Taking tailoring training has not only boosted my lifestyle but it has reduced...

REKHA DANWAR: I come from Sindhuli district and I have 7 family members. My father used to look after us, but after earthquake it was hard for us to feed ourselves. Since I have started working it has become much easier for my family financially. I...

[blockquote text="When did I last thank God for this life????" text_color="" width="" line_height="undefined" background_color="" border_color="" show_quote_icon="no" quote_icon_color=""] I don’t exactly remember when? Guess I never did. I had only remembered him on my bad days. “God why always me?”  After this particular experience (which I am...

In a country with a comparatively low literacy rate (63.9 % literate population and among them 53.1% literate female population) vocational training is a alternative way aimed at developing knowledge and skills that prepares an individual for a specific profession. Vocational training for women in...