By Binu Subedi About a month ago, Khemraj Dallakoti from Bhandara VDC in Chitwan, Nepal went on a trip with his family. They paused their journey for a while at Daunne, a small settlement on the edge of the highway, to look for a place to rest and eat. But despite their fluttering stomachs, they … Continue reading Finding Manurupa: The Heart Whisperer
A hotel, particularly one that is located on a highway, is traditionally a place where women in Nepal are considered to be unsafe. Their home, on the other hand, is meant to be a safe haven where women are protected…And yet a group of radio producers in Nepal have chosen a hotel on a highway … Continue reading Samarjhdari
The search started 9 monhts ago, and finally we have found them. Meet the winners of our Most Understanding Couple campaign
The Change Starts at Home Project team have been on the hunt for Nepal's Most Understanding Couple. Meet our second finalists Rekha and Lekhnath and hear how they overcame societal pressures and found happiness together
Who are the most understanding couple in Nepal? Meet Radhika and Bedraj - the First of our ‘Most Understanding Couple’ Competition Finalists...
On day 16, the final day, we extend our thanks to all those that are working to end violence against women in their communities.
"Instead of members of a listening and discussion group, we are more like a group of very close friends who share even the most intimate details with each other" Read more about how the group dynamics have helped everyone change in Day 15 of our 16 Change Stories in 16 Days from Nawaraj
Working with religious & community leaders is an essential part of our strategy to create violence free communities. On Day 14 of our 16 Change Stories in 16 Days, Ram Krishna from Kapilvastu explains what motivates him as a religious leader to work to end VAWG.
In Day 13, Puspa shares how positive changes are happening in the wider community through people listening to the Samajhdari radio program
"Many of the members didn't even know that women could experience an orgasm..." read how the Change project is challenging common misconceptions around sex and women's sexuality in story 12: Shiva's story