Copy
This newsletter will update you on our activities of November 2020

Hi <<First Name>>

Have you been wondering what we have been up to? 

We hope that this newsletter finds you in a good health. It's been a while and we thought we will update you on our work. We hove you will enjoy reading about what we have been working on last month.
Like Hamro Palo Newsletter- November 2020 on Facebook
Hamro Palo Webinar for Adolescent Girls 
 
In the first week of November, we organized a three-day webinar for adolescent girls to learn, understand, share, and address issues and challenges experienced by the girls during this global pandemic. The webinar was designed based on the input shared by adolescents to address the issues that they are going through.  Topics such as “Mental well-being during this pandemic: Problems faced and how to solve them”, “Safe Digital Space and Women in Technology” and “Gender Equality: How girls/women are breaking the stereotype” were discussed with experts in the related field.

The recording of the live session is available on the Facebook and YouTube page of Hamro Palo.
Video link
 
Creative Writing and Public Speaking Workshop with Award Winner
 
To celebrate International Day of the Girl Child 2020, we organized the Her Turn Leadership Award, recognizing and rewarding 5 girls who have done extraordinary work in their community. Along with the Her Turn Leadership Awardees, winners of Art Submission and members of Hamro Palo’s Girls’ Advisory Board (GAB) also joined the 3-hours long workshop. Through the workshop, we were able to connect Award winners with GAB members. They shared that the skills that they learned will be useful and enhance their work.

Sneh Workshop

Sneh Workshop for married and out of school girls and young mothers (aged 19-24 years) started in two groups in Panchkhal-12, Kavre. The young mother and married, out of school girls will learn about health, safety, family planning, mental well being, financial literacy, negotiation, and communication skills. At Jaretar the workshop started on 19th November with 12 participants. The second group of Sneh workshops was conducted at Shree Azad Secondary School, Baluwa with 11 participants from 20th November. Both workshops are conducted following COVID-19 guidelines.

Her Turn Education and Empowerment Workshop

After completing four-day Training of Trainers with the local young women, Her Turn Education and Empowerment workshop in Azad Secondary School, Panchkhal-12, Baluwa, Kavre started on 22 November. The workshop will cover topics such as basic health issues, safety issues, will teach them about leadership and skill development, and also implement a small community project at the end of the workshop. Five trainers along with five observers are running the Her Turn Workshop with 100 adolescents girls studying in grade 8-10 of the schools in five different groups, following the COVID-19 guidelines. 

16 Days of Activism

Hamro Palo, as an organization working with and for adolescent girls, feels it our responsibility to join our hands together with the activists around the world and fight against Gender-Based Violence. Therefore, we have a few activities lined up for the 16 days of activism starting November 25. 

Find more information: here

  • Panel Discussion on Gender-Based Violence 

On 25 November, the first day of 16 days of activism, Hamro Palo organized a panel discussion on gender-based violence. The panel discussion aims to bring our attention to the different acts of violence that have been increasing during the pandemic. Speakers from diverse fields shared different challenges and scenarios in their areas of work. The discussion will highlight current needs and how can we contribute and support the people around us to eradicate gender-based violence.

Video link

  • Photo/ Video Pledge 

Starting 24 November, we have been sharing a photo pledge of our 24-days His Chance Education and Empowerment workshop graduates and inspiring men from different walks of life showcasing their support to raise their voice against gender-based violence. The photo pledge will continue until 9 December and have a video with the photo compilation on 10 December, the International Human Rights Day, and the last day of 16 days of Activism. 

Climb with Pancha 

On 28 December, Pancha Maya Tamang, a 20-year national sports climber led a one-day climbing workshop for six young girls in Astrek Wall Climbing, Thamel. Pancha is an inspiring young climber and wants to see more female climbers. We also wanted to provide this opportunity to young girls to learn from Pancha and get inspiration from her story. For all the participants it was the first experience of wall climbing. After completing the training they are motivated to practice climbing and Pancha Maya is willing to train them further.

Thank you for reading!
If you want to know more about us and our work, visit our website by clicking the button underneath, or check us out on our social media profiles.
See you next time!
Visit our website here
Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn
Instagram
You can email us at:
newsletter@her-turn.org

You can contact us at: 
+977 014488534

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.
 






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Hamro Palo Nepal · 435/52 Neel Saraswati Marga,Sarkari Dhara, Lazimpat · Kathmandu 44600 · Nepal

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp