Fri, December 30, 2016
Nepal Disabled Women Association Accomplished 9th Convention and 18th General Assembly
Sat, November 11, 2017
Nepal Disabled Women Association successfully accomplished 9th convention and 18th general assembly. Ms. Niramal Dhital elected as a President through that convention. Ms. Kamala Budhathoki elected as a Vice President, Ms. Meena Paudel elected as a General Secretary, Ms. Anita Ghimire elected as a Treasure and Ms. Laxmi Devkota, Ms. Maiya Lamsal, Ms. Shobha BK elected as Members through that convention. The NDWA decided that two Members will be nominated as per the rule of the constitution of the organization.Read Full Story
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Nepal Disabled Women Association in partnership with Australian Embassy and UNDP organized an interaction program on access to justice for women with disabilities. More Details
It is not possible for visually impaired people to walk currently by just following the Tactile. If done so, there is a possibility for a bigger accident. More Details
Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare has started the preparation of 10 years action plan for rehabilitation and access to health for people with disabilities. More Details
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