ICT to mitigate Gender-Based Violence

Although precise estimates are difficult to obtain, violence has probably always been part of the human experience. Its impact can be seen in various forms, in all parts of the world. Each year, more than a million people lose their lives, and many more suffer non-fatal injuries, as a result of self-inflicted, interpersonal or collective… Continue reading





My take on Gender Equality

One fine day, my little brother was watching my father lifting the heavy stuff out of the room. He turned to my sister and said, “Dad is like a Wonder Woman”. My mother was sitting on the couch nearby and she smiled. As a parent, my mother was extremely trying to discard the orthodox messages… Continue reading


Where does the change start?

The history of existence has a notable number of events where males have stood as the decisive factors upon the person-hood of the females. The phrases like “independence of women” & “gender equality” would have never come to being, if there were no any stereotypes already set for females. The word “Beauty” has a set… Continue reading




I am Untouchable

Despite the fact that menstruation is a biological, natural and an obvious part of women’s life, menstruation is still taken as a taboo in Nepali society. In a conservative Nepali society, taboos and myths about menstruation not only exclude women from social relations but also snatches their freedom to enjoy their rights on her first… Continue reading