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“Where we are based-- the great natural beauty, and places that are at great risk of climate change, adds extra depth and dimension to our programming,” says Heather Campbell, whose role is to lead Save the Children's work in Nepal.
Chitraman left his job in Malaysia and came back to Nepal three years ago. Now, he is farming tomato, Akabare chilli, cauliflower, and various seasonal vegetables in four ropanis of land, earning up to NPR 3,00,000 in a season of six months.
The PPHL aspires to support provincial and local government to regulate all health laboratories operating in the province. The PPHL will also capacitate laboratory health workers, provide technical support to the laboratories, ensure the quality of local laboratories, and facilitate laboratory services at a minimal cost for the public.
Youth campaigners from various parts of Nepal raised their concerns regarding climate change and urged decision makers to invest more towards climate justice.
The champions learn transferable life skills, social and communication skills, and higher-order thinking skills. The sessions help in stimulating creative ideas for child-led advocacy initiatives through issue mapping, visioning exercise, SWOT analysis, and developing advocacy action plans, to make them able to advocate for themselves and others.
Two-year-old Aryan grew from 7 kg to 11 kg after being fed RUTF and locally available nutritious food. His mother Udisara is so happy that she was able to save her child. Udisara was not aware of the nutritious food available in local level and used to feed junk foods to her children, out of love as children used to enjoy eating the packaged food.
Does your team, network, group, organization work with the age group of 18 - 25 years campaigning for climate justice and nature conservation? We are now accepting applications from youth-led groups/network/organizations for campaigning with us. Application closes on 7th April 2023.
Every Last Child campaign launch in Kathmandu