Legal Case: Victim Seeking Justice

Rayan (changed name) started looking to fall in love with a girl, who according to him could be his prospective wife. He fell in love with a girl named Rosani (Changed name). Initial years of relationship went really smooth between them. The family members had a meeting and confirmed their marriage when they would reach the age they could legally marry. Inappropriately when a girl became 24 years, family of boy side changed their decision. They dominated girl’s family as being poor.

Rayan’s parents pressurized him not to get married with the girl. Knowing the strong opposition, the loving couple, finding no other way. They decided to end their lives for heavenly abode and to commit suicide together. The couple concluded to commit suicide by consuming poison after the family of Rayan opposed their alliance. They went in the jungle of Ithari. Before suicidal attempt, boy demanded for physical relationship. When she didn’t agree, he forced her and gave her poison at first. He then ran away from there.

After getting information about the incident, the local community took her to the hospital at the earliest possible moment, irrespective of the amount and nature of poison ingested. She was taken to hospital. In hospital also boy’s parents gave her mental torture and abuse her emotionally. WFN district office has filed a case against Rayan. WFN has been strongly and actively presented case on court for the punishment of culprits.

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Masks-Making at WFN


WHO’s guidance and advice on the use of masks to protect against and limit the spread of COVID-19. By contrast, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now advises the wearing of cloth masks.Due to COVID-19, demand for cloth masks is high .That’s why the Women’s Foundation is working to produce high-quality cloth masks Dr. Krimarli who has done several research papers on masks which show that cotton masks can protect up to 75%. Providing a space for a filter can increase this protection. Adding an additional filtration insert significantly improves the protective factor of a cloth masks.

The women were provided with mask making training. This is a job that can earn good money while the women work at home to support themselves and their families. In this way they can become self-sufficient.

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May 1, International Labor Day

May 1 , International Labour day: COVID crisis has already put many Nepali labours out of work. For daily wage workers, lockdown is more dangerous than the corona virus. Daily wage labourers are among the hardest hit by the restrictions. The situation is very uncertain and it’s difficult to survive for them due to lack of food.

The Women’s Foundation is doing our best to feed the hungry coordinating with the locals and distributing the cooked food for more than 650 people per day where the hungry people can be ascertained with effective distribution via Open Heart Kitchen.

Happy international labor day to all workers out there. Let’s recognize the efforts of all those who work tirelessly and build a place worth living .

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Open Kitchen during Covid-19 Pandemic

 

Day 2 : Relief Distribution and Open Kitchen during the Covid-19 pandemic by Women’s Foundation

The Women’s Foundation feel proud that we are always at the forefront of charitable initiatives in such a crisis/disasters. And it is all possible with the support bighearted donors, friends and family of the Foundation. We thank you all our donors, friends, staffs and local people for supporting our program to make it more effective to reach people in need in such difficult time.

 

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Relief Distribution and Open Kitchen during the Covid-19 pandemic by Women’s Foundation

The extension of lockdown as a measure to slowdown the spread of the disease has been rising a problem to the people in need. In this regards, the Women’s Foundation started to distribute relief package of 25 kg rice, pulse, salt, oil and vegetables to 3217 families’ house to house and door to door up to now who are affected by the lockdown.

Renu Sharma, President of Women’s Foundation said, “The focus of the relief distribution were women, children and pregnant women. However, we have seen many elderly, sick, poor and differently able people in the communities in need and we have focused our relief distribution to them too. Additionally, we have launched an Open Kitchen Model to eliminate duplicity and to help those who even do not have cooking fuels ensuring social distance and hygiene”

The Women’s Foundation is doing our best to feed the hungry coordinating with the locals and distributing the cooked food for 500 people per day where the hungry people can be ascertained with effective distribution via Open Kitchen Model. The Women’s Foundation feel proud that we are always at the forefront of charitable initiatives in such a crisis/disasters. And it is all possible with the support bighearted donors, friends and family of the Women’s Foundation.

Also, people and NGOs are making a great effort to help the poor people in need and it should be increased at every macro-level at the communities. We thank you all our donors, friends, staffs and local people for supporting our program to make it more effective to reach people in need in such difficult time.

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Ongoing Relief Distribution Program

As the covid19 crisis is continuing to affect the world, we are striving to provide relief to those affected .Our thoughts also go out to anyone struggling indirectly from the effects of the virus. We know that this is affecting not just our health, but our daily routines.Daily earning laborers are mostly affected by the lock down. For us, all of these concerns are important and worthy of our attention.


As the lockdown continues to push the most underprivileged into despair WFN has distributed much needed essential daily food supplies to the people in need through our relief work. On 23rd and 24th April, we distributed 327 families with the essential food supplies and which also includes vegetables. WFN has supported for about 1950 families during this time of crisis. The relief distribution program is still ongoing.


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Relief Distribution Program

WFN Provides emergency relief  for women in need during lock down.

Nepal COVID-19 lock down means no food for the poor . Lockdown as a safety precautions from COVID-19 as a Government directions has been very helpful to stop the numbers of infections of Corona virus. Although most people in the cities are staying home, there is growing worry about a prolonged shutdown leading to food shortages, economic hardship. The global nature of this pandemic has hit Nepal’s economy hard.There is also increasing number of the urban poor who depend on daily wages for the food.

WFN provided women and their families with free rations of rice, dal, sunflower oil and beans to help get them through these challenging times, when local lockdowns make it impossible for them to earn a living.We distributed for about 150 families with the essential food supplies. Most of them were women especially pregnant, physically disable .
“We continue to assess the situation and will give continued support as needed. The Women’s Foundation is committed in providing supplies to all the women in needs during crisis ” said Renuka Sharma, the President of the Women’s Foundation.

The Women’s Foundation is committed to be ready to support any emergency and work with every relief organization on the front line.

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