Sabita’s success story

Sabita Shrestha, a married small business owner, found herself caught in the web of cybercrime when she received an inappropriate message from an unknown person on social media. The discovery of this message by her husband led to escalating doubts and strained their relationship, causing both physical and mental stress. Seeking a solution, Sabita turned to Women’s Human Rights (WHR) …

Dimu’s success story

Dimu Tamang, a 26-year-old resident of Nuwakot, faced adversity when her husband’s illness left her with a substantial debt and the responsibility of caring for their two young children. Struggling to find work due to her daughter’s needs, she lived in a fragile mud house, and malnutrition plagued her family. Emergency support from a women’s rights organization (WHR) provided crucial …

Kamala’s success story

Kamala Shrestha, a single mother from a lower-middle-class background, overcame numerous challenges after her husband’s death, including discrimination from her stepmother-in-law. She worked at various jobs to support her family. During her struggles, she became a member of Women for Human Rights (WHR) and attended various programs, which boosted her self-esteem and enabled her to fight for her rights. Kamala …

Binita’s success story

Binita Kumari Mandal, a 21-year-old, faced challenging circumstances after an arranged marriage that revealed her husband’s addiction issues. With a 2-year-old son and a newborn, her husband had been absent for seven months. She moved to Kathmandu to live with her parents, but their financial situation was strained due to her father’s physical limitations as a daily wage laborer and …

Sazita’s success story

Sazita Kandanywa Dawadi’s (name changed) inspiring success story is a testament to her resilience and the support she received from Women for Human Rights (WHR). Facing immense challenges after her husband’s tragic death due to kidney failure, Sazita was blamed and mistreated by her in-laws. WHR intervened, offering her emotional support, essential items, and counseling during her time of grief. …

Santamaya’s success story

Santamaya Adhikari is currently facing challenges as she grapples with both tuberculosis and HIV diseases. Her health conditions have rendered her unable to work, adding to the difficulties she is experiencing. Upon learning about her situation, a representative from the Human Rights for Single Women Group in Makwanpur reached out to her. It was discovered that her son is also …

Himalayaswari’s success story

Himalayaswari, aged 75, had two children. Her son took control of all the property in his name, and after consuming everything, he engaged in violence, forcing her out of the house. Currently, she has no contact with her son, and she is struggling as a single woman without any support. Facing challenges and with no financial assistance, she approached the …

Sarita’s success story

Sarita Rai entered into marriage at the age of 17, and unfortunately, her marital life was marked by her husband engagement in domestic violence, particularly under the influence of alcohol, especially when he had money. Due to financial struggles, he would frequently resort to arguments and physical altercations when facing monetary constraints. As a result of these challenging circumstances, Sarita …

Rita’s success story

Rita Rijal, who is currently 34 years old, is the mother of four children—three sons and one daughter. She got married at the age of 17. Unfortunately, her marital life was marred by her husband's persistent anger, violence, and domestic conflicts, leading to their separation. Facing financial struggles, she couldn't even afford to attend court hearings. Living alone with her …