‘We’ run projects over 12 districts of Nepal

2022-08-14T08:19:37+00:00

Hariyo Pusta

Hariyo Pusta (Green Generation) Project 'Hariyo Pusta' is a youth-initiative which aims to strengthen and promote climate change adaptation, mitigation, and climate responsive sustainable urban planning through various activity-based approaches. This initiative aims to encourage youth and local governments to actively participate in the sustainable development and develop sustainable urban planning strategies and policies in 7 urban cities of 7 provinces in Nepal to boost greenery and mitigate the consequences of climate change. Provincial Project Incharges (PPI) will be chosen from 7 different provinces to assist in the smooth implementation of all activity-based approaches at the local level. The selected PPIs will be trained in climate change mitigation and adaptation, climate justice, sustainable urban planning, how to operate and manage data from the Smart Citizen Kit, and the prerequisites of oxygen-giving plants and plantation techniques. Following the training, 21 schools will be finalized, with 3 schools (2 public and 1 private) from each province where the PPI will conduct workshops for school students. Following the workshop, students will be educated about the formation of an Eco-Club (Hariyo Pusta)

2022-08-14T07:13:42+00:00

Udemy Girls

Udemy Girls Project 'Udemy Girls' is a youth-led initiative which aims to organize informative sessions on SRHR, menstrual hygiene management and extensive pad-making training to 20 young menstruators of Sindhuli District with informative booklets; advocacy and leadership training with business development and social media advocacy sessions. The program focuses on increasing menstruator’s access to locally manufactured affordable, hygienic and eco-friendly-reusable pads and motivating all genders to advocate for a dignified period without any shame and hesitance. Our program intends to ensure women, girls, and all menstruators feel comfortable and confident during their periods, which in turn will make them more likely to advocate for themselves, excel in school/work, and start conversations about menstruation that may mitigate societal stigma. Workshop I: Reusable Pad-Making Training All 20 participants were given a brief overview of the training modules and program objectives. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights experts led informative sessions on women's reproductive health, different menstrual products, and hygiene, along with various interactive games. A brief discussion was held about how COVID-19 has affected our sexual and reproductive

2022-04-29T10:07:15+00:00

I Can Lead 3rd Cohort

Project ‘I Can Lead’, is a youth-led initiative which aims to strengthen the leadership and decision making capacity of young girls of age group 14-22 years in sectors of Civic Engagement and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. Challenging the deeply rooted patriarchal psychology which considers female as an incapable leader, our project will work directly with a total of 30 young girls, 20 girls from Kathmandu Valley and 10 young girls of the same age group from Kailali district. These 30 young girls will be the primary beneficiaries of our project ‘I Can Lead'.

2022-04-29T10:57:02+00:00

Bleed With Dignity

Bleed With Dignity Under the ‘Girls Get Equal’ global campaign of Plan International, ‘We’ for Change celebrated ‘Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021’ by organizing an online one-day informative session on menstrual hygiene management and extensive two-day pad-making training to 20 young menstruators. The project focused on increasing menstruator’s access to locally manufactured-affordable, hygienic and eco-friendly-reusable pads by distributing pad-making materials to all participants after the training and motivated menstruators to advocate for a dignified period without any shame and hesitance by proudly sharing their reusable pad and pad-making booklet in their social media.

2022-04-29T10:39:39+00:00

I Can Lead 2nd Cohort

Project ‘I Can Lead’, is a youth-led initiative which aims to strengthen the leadership and decision making capacity of young girls of age group 14-22 years in sectors of Civic Engagement and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. Challenging the deeply rooted patriarchal psychology which considers female as an incapable leader, our project will work directly with a total of 30 young girls, 20 girls from Kathmandu Valley and 10 young girls of the same age group from Kailali district. These 30 young girls will be the primary beneficiaries of our project ‘I Can Lead'.

2021-04-20T09:01:27+00:00

Pani Padhero

Our Project ‘Pani Padhero’ was carried out in Kathmandu district of Province -3 also known as Bagmati Province. Within the capital city Kathmandu there are many slum residents who reside under precarious conditions in squatter settlements along the bank of Bagmati river. Among many high-risk communities to COVID-19 infection, Thapathali slum community is one of the heavily concentrated slum squatters of Kathmandu with each cluster having made up of 50 to 300 families living together. So, to increase the capacity of slum community of Thapathali in fighting against water-borne diseases caused by poor sanitation and hygiene and to instill healthy wash behavior among the targeted groups, project 'Pani Padhero' worked with 100 slum families of Thapathali by establishing two hand washing stations and provided awareness to the community members from these families targeting issues of lack of knowledge of proper sanitation and hygiene among slum communities.

2022-08-14T07:45:23+00:00

I Can Lead

Project ‘I Can Lead’ aims to break the cycle of ‘Girls can’t be Leaders’, work to challenge and eradicate the psychological stigma which considers girl/women lack in political leadership and decision making capacity by bringing awareness to the youngest age groups of girls i.e. from 14-20 years. Our project aims to aware, engage, educate and empower 30 young girls from Province-3 and Province-7 (Far-western province) about female representation, knowledge in leadership and decision-making, democracy, good governance, electoral procedures and encouraging them to carry out research-based work where they will analyze and help to promote the condition of girl leadership, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and formal quality education for girls in their community.

2021-04-20T09:28:47+00:00

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Take a look at the various Peace First programs 'We' have already completed. If you are too interested to contribute for this cause and solve an injustice in your community then we are all ears, send your mails. 'We' are always eager to hear your initiative, to turn your dream into reality.

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