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Women Make Films in Nepal

How female filmmakers are challenging stereotypes in Nepal

9 September 2021

Inspiring young female filmmakers are showing that a future where girls and women in all their diversity are equally represented in media and entertainment is possible, writes Plan International Nepal’s Shreejana Bajracharya.

  • Shreejana Bajracharya Campaign Specialist, Plan International Nepal
    Shreejana Bajracharya
    Campaign Specialist

COVID-19 quarantine centre conditions must improve in Nepal

26 June 2020

Chetana, a youth reporter from a Plan International Nepal programme, blogs on her concerns about COVID-19 quarantine centres in her country and what must be done to improve them.

  • Chetana
    Youth Reporter

Are you ready to fight together against the pandemic? 

26 June 2020

Manju, a youth reporter from a Plan International programme, blogs on the ways COVID-19 is affecting girls’ lives in Nepal.

  • Manju
    Youth Reporter
Neetika from Nepal took over her radio station to speak about girls' issues.

Rural girls' voices must be heard!

16 March 2018

Radio is vital for girls in rural areas of Nepal. Neetika, 17, blogs for us about the day she hosted her own show to ensure that as well as listening, girls' voices are also heard.

  • Neetika from Nepal took over her radio station to speak about girls' issues.
    Youth Ambassador for Plan International Nepal
Nataly speaking at the National Assembly of Ecuador

Girls' Rights Wins of 2017

13 December 2017

2017 has been an eventful year. Plan International's #GirlsTakeover expert, Philip Gonzalo Taylor, runs through the huge girls' rights victories that have come about as a result of global action for girls, by girls.

  • #GirlsTakeover Expert, Philip Gonzalo Taylor
    Philip Gonzalo-Taylor
    Because I am a Girl Communications Assistant
Nous avons donné nos terres pour offrir un meilleur avenir à nos enfants

Nepal Quake 2 years on: Building a resilient nation

25 April 2017

Two years after the devastating earthquakes of 2015, Plan International Nepal's Shreeram KC looks at the progress that has been made and the work that is still needed to make his country resilient to future disasters.

  • Shreeram KC
    Communications Manager, Plan International Nepal
Binita working on a construction site in Dolakha District

Gender norms challenged in post-earthquake Nepal

21 April 2017

The Nepal earthquake disproportionately impacted women and girls, but did it create a potential space for transforming gender relations? Plan International gender specialist Dr Shiba Satyal Banskota investigates. 

  • Dr Shiba Satyal Banskota
    Gender Specialist at Plan International
a volunteer collects data and community feedback through a tablet.

Mobile technology in emergencies – a lesson from Nepal

11 December 2015

In times of emergency, humanitarian organisations are relying on smart phones to collect, analyse and process data. Gone are the days of manual, paper-based data collection; mobile technology is proving to be the way forward.

Nepal fuel crisis

Nepal: a crisis in the aftermath of a crisis

6 October 2015

Vital supplies are being delayed in reaching earthquake-affected children and families due to the fuel crisis in Nepal, blogs Plan International's Paolo Lubrano.

  • Paolo Lubrano, Deputy Emergency Response Manager – Operations, Plan International Nepal
    Paolo Lubrano
    Deputy Emergency Response Manager – Operations, Plan International Nepal