San Nani Magarati, an elderly widow from Changunarayan, who lost her house after the earthquake - Credit: Martin Grahovski/Oxfam
Create better and just conditions for single women affected by the earthquake in Nepal, urges a study by Oxfam and Women for Human Rights.
Awareness raising at the Indian border during Migration Day - Credit: Oxfam
What if poverty forces you to migrate for work and you are unable to send your salary back home just because your family lives in a remote place where no banks or remittance service provider can be found?
Bimala Tamang speaks up - Credit: Bed Prasad Dhakal/Oxfam
How a rural woman leader challenges high level officials during a policy dialogue about Oxfam's policy paper Building Back Right...
The women and the President - Credit: Katha Haru/Oxfam
How 150 women from Makwanpur and Surkhet marched to the offices of the Prime Minister and President to present a memorandum.
Ratni Rana Magar - Credit: Amuse Communications/Oxfam
When Ratni Rana Magar married at the age of fifteen, her life changed drastically. But at the age of twenty, her life took a turn for the better.
Community Discussion Center in Dailekh. Photo by: Aarati Sharma/Oxfam
The untapped contribution of women is a priority for Oxfam, therefore we put women’s rights at the heart of all our programmes.
Janaki Oli (28) performs as the master of ceremonies at an event organised by the seed production group in Satmule, Surkhet, Nepal to celebrate International Women's Day - Credit: Aubrey Wade/Oxfam
Sanu Rimal Karki's husband's disappeared during Nepal's civil conflict. Since she has not only brought up her two sons but also become a respected community leader. This booklet features inspiring stories about rural women leaders in Nepal, coping against all odds...


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