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Our future mentor with girls

Welcoming Girls’ Mentors!

As the biggest holidays in Nepal –Dasain and Tihar– quickly approach, we are busy growing our programs. We are currently designing a mentorship program for rural girls who have participated in our workshops over the last year and a half. In mid-October we are inviting our most successful trainers from each Village Development Committee where
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Fun activity at CPCS hostel workshop

Busy summer at Her Turn

This summer has been busy here at Her Turn. While the rural schools where we usually work were closed for monsoon / summer holiday, we have conducted our empowerment workshops at a girls’ hostel run by Child Protection Centers and Services – an organization that answers the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. The
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Speech at the community ceremony at Nava Jyoti school

Meet change makers from Tandrang!

Since February, with the support from Children of the Mountain, we have been working with schools in Tandrang Village Development Committee, Gorkha district. This month we have finished workshops with the last group of girls. We conducted workshops in 3 schools and had over 350 participants. The girls were incredibly active and the attendance rate
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New Her Turn alumni from Narantan

Meet new Her Turn team members!

Her Turn is growing! We have finished workshops at two schools in Narantan, and we are thrilled to have three new team members join us this month! Yanchen Sherpa is our new Master Trainer, and will help train our local trainers in the villages. Yanchen has 5 years of experience as a teacher both in
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Enjoying the community ceremony

More Her Turn alumni from Gorkha!

In February we have continued to work in Gorkha district, this time in Tandrang village. It’s a start of our cooperation with Children of the Mountain. In Tandrang we have worked with seven amazing trainers who delivered our workshop to 152 participants from Siddhakali Secondary school. The attendance rates were 97 per cent – much
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