Capacity-Building Training Program

Women for Human Rights (WHR) Single Women Group of Kavre, with the support of Mandandeupur Municipality, successfully conducted a capacity-building training program for single women of Mandandeupur Municipality on 23rd and 24th of Ashar, 2081.

Inauguration of Adhayarati

We are thrilled to announce that the inauguration of Adhayarati was a resounding success! This momentous event was graced by distinguished guests including Her Excellency from the Australian Embassy, the Deputy Head of the Finland Embassy, the UN Women Head, the Chairperson of the National Women Commission, a Former Member of Parliament, and the Kurve Wustrow Country Representative. The Peace …

Training Program on Public Speaking and Leadership Development

In support of Chandragiri Municipality Ward No. 8, Women for Human Rights (WHR) Single Women Group of Chandragiri Ward No. 9, Machhegaun, successfully organized a seven-day training program on public speaking and leadership development. The event featured the participation of the Ward Chairperson as the chief guest, ward members, the WHR Central Treasurer, and other distinguished guests.

15-day Training Program on Dolls and Cushion Making

WHR Bhaktapur has successfully completed a 15-day training program on dolls and cushion making, generously supported by Madhyapur Thimi Municipality. This initiative aimed to equip single women with valuable skills to enhance their economic independence and creativity.

Three-day Incense-Making Training Program in Rupandehi

Women for Human Rights (WHR), Single Women Group Rupandehi, and the Single Women Ward Coordination Network jointly organized a three-day incense-making training program with the support of Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City, Ward No. 1. This training was provided to single women from all wards of the sub-metropolitan city. The chief guest of the program was Executive Member Nilam Gautam. Distinguished guests …

Climate Change Refresher Training for Home-Based Workers

The ‘Climate Change Refresher Training for Home-Based Workers in Nepal’ has been successfully completed. Organized by HomeNet South Asia (HNSA), Saathi, Women for Human Rights (WHR), and Mahila Housing Trust (MHT), this three-day training program in Kathmandu emphasized the need for community action and government intervention to address the effects of climate change on women working in the informal sector.

Training on Violence Against Women (VAW) for home-based workers in Sunakothi.

WHR conducted a three-day training program on Violence Against Women (VAW) for home-based workers in Sunakothi. The training, which saw the participation of 20 home-based workers, was supported by Homenet South Asia. This initiative aimed to empower and educate participants on addressing and preventing VAW in their communities.

Waste Management and Climate Conference 2024

On World Environment Day at Hotel Soaltee, the Waste Management & Climate Conference (WMCC) 2024 was successfully held, jointly organized by Nepal Government, Khaalisisi, Confederation of Nepalese Industries, National Human Rights Commission, and Coca Cola Foundation and co-organized by WHR and CNIYEF. Esteemed attendees included Chief Guest Hon. Narayan Prasad Dahal, Chairperson of the National Assembly, Hon. Mihir Thakur, Acting …