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Digital Storytelling Workshop with 16 teenage girls resulted in these young girls exploring their own lives and communities to tell personal stories through pictures.
Chakra had to drop out of school at grade 11 due to his family's weak economic condition. At 21, he now runs his own laundry business which is the first ever to be established in Bajura, the far-west region of Nepal.
Janaki who graduated from grade 10 stopped her own wedding.
Thirty-four-old Gita opened a shop after receiving a micro-enterprise training one and half year ago. Now, she no longer has to worry about her family’s basic needs and does not rely on her husband's income. She is confident that she can provide for her children with the income she makes from the shop.
Starting from 2018 Save the Children is implementing global fund funded- a regional grant: evidence-based advocacy on community-based testing and monitoring of quality services for key populations in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Nepal, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. The three yearlong grant, aims to strengthen community capacity to improve access to quality HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support services among key populations through building evidence and engage in strategic advocacy for the proposes of improved quality of HIV prevention and care services for People Who Inject Drugs [PWIDS], Transgender and Sex Workers, and improving understanding of existing community based HIV testing (CBT) services and advocate for community-centered models to meet the 90-90-90 targets on testing, treatment and viral load suppression.