We interviewed Anju about her work with Forget Me Not for International Women’s Day and heard how she is proud of what she is able to achieve with her ‘tiny-mighty dream team’ in Nepal and colleagues globally.
Our joint child protection workshop in Nepal took place last month. Participants came together to share their collective wisdom.
News and updates from our teams in Rwanda, India and Nepal.
Buddhi Maya is a single parent to her four daughters and Maya is one of them. Three years ago, Buddhi’s husband disappeared, leaving her and her daughters in a very vulnerable situation.
The new strain of Covid is causing devastation in India and Nepal. We are working to support our partners, colleagues and their families at this concerning time.
Asian Regional Director, Tessa Boudrie, highlights why she’s standing with women on the frontlines, fighting for change.
Like so many Nepalese children, Tika had been taken from his family by traffickers. For a high fee, they promised his parents that he would be well cared for and educated in an institution in the city. Instead, he was taken to an orphanage where he survived alone for two years; neglected, abused and exploited to elicit donations from tourists.