Case Studies

Transforming tresses and tradition

Male hairdresser Rampati is challenging societal norms and proving that women can excel in traditionally male-dominated professions.
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Skills training empowers young women and challenges norms

Ashmita, Anjali, and Amrita are among 200 young women in Bardiya who received vocational training. Now they own a mobile repair centre.
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Literacy support for children with special educational needs…

Bimal who has disabilities improved his reading and writing skills after attending the remedial classes in his school.
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Building healthy relationships for young parents

Sangita and Vivek are young parents learning positive parenting in their community to support their children.
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Children stay in school to prevent child marriages

Pratikshya is among 1,200 children in Kalikot who are being supported with extra classes so they stay in school and build positive futures.
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Married early, now a budding business entrepreneur

Despite being married at 17, Uma now runs a successful chicken farm following training and support from Plan International.
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Tricycle helps girl with disability access education

A tricycle provided by Plan International is helping Saraswoti get a good education so she can build a better future.
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Meet the young activist tackling period poverty in Nepal

After learning about sexual health at a Plan International-run group, Anisha is supporting girls to manage their periods in her community.
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Radhika fights against menstrual taboos in her community

After learning about menstruation through a Plan International-run project, Radhika is supporting other girls to manage their periods.
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Skills training provides family with better future

Sita is among 120 young people gaining vocational skills, business skills, and life skills training to support their businesses and families.
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Ending discrimination against Dalit children in schools

Following training, Sita, a teacher from Karnali province, is ensuring Dalit children no longer face discrimination at her school.
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Married at 9, now an advocate against child marriage

Suwa, 79, is sharing the story of her own child marriage in her community to prevent children from having their childhoods disrupted.
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