Radha Paudel Foundation

Campaign on Dignified Menstruation is Everyone's Business (Completed)

In the support of AmplifyChange, Radha Paudel Foundation had implemented a project in Bara, Dailkeh and Kathmandu District of Nepal. With the local implementing partners (Social Development Committee in Bara and SOSEC in Dailekh District), Radha Paudel Foundation has organized a program on Dignified Menstruation. The primary focus of this project while aligning with SDGs is "Gender Equality". The total number of beneficiaries of this project is 136,702. The outcomes of this project are: 1.The government and global stakeholders such as Feminist Alliance for Rights, Meditation Beyond Borders, Girls are not Bride, etc. recognized menstrual discrimination as a form of gender-based violence and urgency of the dignity of Menstruators. 2. Government enforcement of the laws against menstrual discrimination including menstrual huts gave immense motivation to each of us across the country.

Dignified Menstruation for ending GBV and Human Rights

With the Support of the N-Peace Network, UNDP, Radha Paudel Foundation has implemented the project in the Bara and Chitwan district of Nepal. The local implementing partners were Social Development Committee in Bara and Active Women Forum for Justice in Chitwan. The outcome of the project is the protection and promotion of the rights of women and girls in the Bara and Chitwan district. 16412 were the direct beneficiaries whereas more than 100,000 were the indirect beneficiaries of this project.

Action for COVID-19 Responses on SRHR

With the support of PRO.SA, Radha Paudel Foundation had implemented a project in Bara and Dailekh districts. With the local implementing partners (Social Development Committee in Bara and Rupantaran Nepal in Dailekh), Radha Paudel Foundation has implemented the program during the pandemic of COVID 19 on SRHR with antenatal and postnatal women. The objective of this project is to ensure the fundamental rights of people especially menstruate, the antenatal and postnatal mothers from this COVID 19 impact. The total beneficiaries of this project are 101,636.