NDRI, in support of UN Women, organized a Dissemination Workshop A Study on the Impact of Nepal’s Earthquake on Livelihood, Housing, Land and Property Rights and Citizenship Rights on 13 June, 2017 at Lalitpur. The aim of this workshop was to disseminate the key findings of the study during the assessment the impacts of Nepal’s earthquake on socio-economic status of women, in six earthquake affected districts, including issues related to rights to land, property and citizenship that contributed or hindered their progress in recovering from the disaster. Also, the publication of this study was released on the same workshop. Participants included representatives from concerned ministries and departments of the government, Nepal Reconstruction Authority, NGOs/INGOs, public institutions, etc.
Awareness Program on Menstrual Hygiene
On 19 February, 2017, one day session on Menstraul Hygiene was conducted at Baleshwori Madhyamik Vidhyalaya, Bhardeu VDC of Lalitpur among the adolescent students. This effort, in collaboration with Change Action Nepal, was made to aware how the women and girls can manage hygiene during their menstrual period. A training, highlighting the use and importance of sanitary pads along with its consequences on health hygiene, was provided to them. Eventually, hygiene kits were distributed to all the young participants of the program.
Free Health Camp on Nanglebhare, 2015
Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI), in collaboration with Nepal Eye Hospital & Turkey Foundation and Kantipur General & Dental Hospital , successfully organized Free Health camp on December 12, 2015 in Nanglebhare-02, Shankharapur municipality, Kathmandu. The camp facilitates the local patients with the various health services such as general checkup, dental checkup, gyneological checkup and counselling,including medicines and reading glasses distribution at no cost. Along with these, the local patients were provided with free surgery for Cataract, sponsored by Nepal Eye Hospital & Turkey Foundation and Uterus prolapse by Kantipur General & Dental Hospital. The medicines and reading glasses , were provided by Logistic Management Division, Department of Health Services, Ministry of Health, GoN and CDRA Nepal, Banepa respectively.