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Goat Livelihoods Training in Dang District

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From July 21 to 25, 2013, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) traveled to Dang district to conduct the first phase of its Goat Livelihoods Program entitled: “Poverty Alleviation through Income Generation from Goat Farming.” Partnering with local livestock experts Krishna Paudel and Govinda Nepali, NCBL conducted community empowerment trainings with 50 families in five […]

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NCBL Celebrates 18 Years of Promoting Peace in Nepal

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On July 5, 2013, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) celebrated its 18th anniversary. To mark the occasion, NCBL hosted staff, members, and students for a celebratory event of speeches, cultural performances and – of course – birthday cake! Over the past 18 years, NCBL has won many victories: from mobilizing survivors for the government’s […]

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The Impact of Armed Violence on Women : Article

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Purna Shova Chitrakar, founder and coordinator of NCBL has been published in the pilot issue of Rupantaran, a journal produced by the Nepal Armed Violence Reduction Working Group, for which NCBL is an active member. In her article, Purna writes about the impact of armed violence on women and recommends stronger legislation to support female […]

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Field Visit to Dhading District – Girl Child Education Scholarship Program Continues.

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On Thursday, August 9, 2012, NCBL staff members Nelupa Wijesundera and Helaine Boyd visited two schools in Dhading Besi, Dhading District to provide further scholarships to students under NCBL-WODES’s Girl Child Education Scholarship Program. Throughout this day, NCBL staff members visited 2 schools – The New Kibou Boarding High School and the Advance Academy. 4 […]

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Gendering on: updates on gender in mine action

Presentation by Purna Shova Chitrakar, Coordinator Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal, Side Event on “Gendering on: updates on gender in mine action” 11th Meeting of State Parties on Mine Ban Convention on 30 November 2011 First of all, I would like to thank to the Gender Mines Action Program (GMAP), for providing me this opportunity. And […]

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