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Harikala found the fortnightly group sessions so useful that she bought a radio set just to listen to them. The sessions did not only alleviate her fear of pregnancy and childbirth but also made her better prepared for pregnancy, childbirth, childcare, and family planning.
Nandakali has gained new perspective because of the sessions she attended. She is a more confident mother and her relationship with her husband has improved. The sessions have changed her husband who now supports her in household works and childcare duties. He also respects her decision regarding family planning.
Save the Children has been collaborating with 98 child champions from Karnali on issues that affect children. Click to read more about the initiative.
At Udayapur, Save the Children continued to support farmers through F2F approach even during lockdown.
When the second wave of COVID-19 arrived in Nepal, prohibitory orders were put in place throughout many districts in the country. All services and transportation except most essential were shut down while cases of COVID-19 surge exponentially claiming lives of patients in a rate never seen before in Nepal.
Although children in major urban areas have access to online classes provided by schools, it is not the same for children in Province 2, where most of the children do not have access to learning materials and mediums while confined to their homes.
Learning Document on COVID-19 adaptation and innovation in education programming