Nepal

From the screen to the page: Singha Durbar gets a new look

After becoming a star of the screen, Prime Minister Aasha Singh is turning into an icon in ink.

Holding Their Own

Weak and fragile? Brave girls in Nepal are learning self-defense, defusing stereotypes, and proving to their communities just how strong they are.

Singha Durbar: an Unprecedented Mobile App for e-Governance in Nepal

The Singha Durbar app is a new e-governance tool giving Nepali citizens a deeper level of access to the institutions governing them.

Singha Durbar portrays LGBT characters as role models, not victims

In Nepali fiction, LGBT characters are usually portrayed as victims. Our TV show’s character isn’t.

Search – Nepal: 2016 Annual Report

Read about our programs and achievements in Nepal over the course of 2016!

Former Nepali combatant picks a new fight… against gender inequality

After the Nepalese Civil War ended, Dambara was left with nothing— until our training turned her into an activist for women’s rights.

Defying fear: a Nepali woman’s dream to don the uniform

Mamta grew up fearing police officers — until she participated in our football clinic and met some of them on the pitch.