NDWA recognizes that there was a serious mistake or ignorance from the Parliament Itself while making the social protection act that resulted in people with disabilities not being eligible for social protection allowance. Thus, we request all the stakeholders to amend that act and also continue providing the facilities to the existing beneficiaries.
We demand to facilitate the distribution of fourth installment of social protection allowance until the Social Protection Act 2075 and its regulation are fully amended to address this issue.
Nepal Disabled Women Association (NDWA) has issued this appeal on behalf of whole disability community (with special focus on women with disabilities) regarding the current ongoing efforts of all stakeholders regarding the Government in the fight against Corona Virus (Covid 19).
NDWA conducted its 10th annual general assembly on Feb 22, 2020 in Kathmandu. The general assembly elected new executive members for 2 year term.
NDWA has conducted 1 day orientation program on disability inclusive rehabilitation at Chisapani Manthali Ramechhap dated on 17th May, 2018. The objective of this program was to sensitized concerned stakeholders on disability inclusive rehabilitation. Altogether 33 participants including community health workers, teachers, women with disabilities and local government representatives were participated in that program. Importance… Read more Conducted 1 day interaction program on Disability inclusive rehabilitation
Nepal Disabled Women Association successfully accomplished 9th convention and 18th general assembly. Ms. Niramal Dhital elected as a President through that convention. Ms. Kamala Budhathoki elected as a Vice President, Ms. Meena Paudel elected as a General Secretary, Ms. Anita Ghimire elected as a Treasure and Ms. Laxmi Devkota, Ms. Maiya Lamsal, Ms. Shobha BK elected as Members through that convention. The NDWA decided that two Members will be nominated as per the rule of the constitution of the organization.
NDWA organized public hearing program on 25th and 26th November Gorkha and Dhading and 23rd December in Kathmandu on the pertinent issues of Person/women with disabilities specially on health, education, disabled friendly infrastructure and violence against women with disabilities.
Nepal Disabled Women Association (NDWA) organized three days training on ‘Gender Based Violence and Access to Justice’ 18th-20th November, 2016. The main objective of this training were to develop the capacity of the WWDs for advocating the issues of Gender Based Violence and provide justice to the survivors.
NDWA organized three days training on ‘National and International laws and policies in related with Person/Women with disabilities from 10th -12th November, 2016. The main objective of the training is to make activists aware about the national and international laws and policies and make more capable to raise and advocate the issues of Women with Disabilities and to develop facilitation skill of WWDs.