Indra’s success story

At 27, Indra Kumari Thapa faced significant challenges in her marriage, enduring both physical and mental abuse from her husband, who also restricted her from working. Determined to break free from this situation, she made the crucial decision to get a divorce. However, this meant she had to navigate the daunting task of caring for her two children all by …

Kritika’s success story

Kritika Tamang, a 6-year-old girl originally from Rolpa, was living with her maternal family in Gelkhola 10, Nuwakot, following her father’s passing two years ago. Tragically, her mother left her and the family just a year later, leaving Kritika in the care of her maternal relatives when she was just 5 years old. Kritika faced significant challenges in her life, …

6-days pickle making training

The single women group of Budhanilkantha Municipality are successfully running their homemade pickle business after receiving . The training was organized in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Budhanilkantha.

Krishna’s success story

Krishna Kumari Kuinkel, a 47-year-old single mother from Pasikot, Buddhanilkantha, faced financial hardship after her husband’s death, leaving her with a home loan to repay and three children to support. Her only income source from making “Bate Ko Dhup” was insufficient. Seeking support, she undertook a 6-day pickle-making training program facilitated by WHR and the Rotary Club of Buddhanilkantha. Initially …

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 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 faced …

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 inspiring 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. …

Sabina receives financial assistance from WHR

Fifty-three years old Sabina Nepal, a single woman, is a resident of Hathigauda, Buddhanilkantha.  Her son died in October 2020 after three days her daughter-in-law gave birth to her grandson. Her grandson was born with clubfoot, a  condition in which a newborn’s foot or feet appears to be rotated internally at the ankle. The foot points down and inwards and the soles of the …