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Sneha campaign: Supporting the earthquake survivors

In order to support the survivors of the Earthquake, Women’s Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) and National Alliance of Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD) initiated Sneha campaign. The campaign emphasizes to support pregnant women, lactating mothers and adolescent girls.

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भुकम्पबाट पीडित महिलाहरुलाई ओरेकको अस्थायी आवास व्यवस्था

भुकम्पबाट पीडित भएर आफन्त कोहि नभएका महिला, सुत्केरी महिला र गर्भवती महिला तथा अत्यावश्यक सेवाको खोजिमा रहेका महिलाहरुलाई सहयोग गर्न महिला पुनस्र्थापना केन्द्र (ओरेक) ले अस्थायी आवासको व्यवस्था गरेको छ । यस्तो सहयोग आवश्यक परेका महिलाहरुले तथा उहाँका छिमेकीहरुले ओरेकको पैसा नलाग्ने फोन नम्बर १६६० ०१ ७८९१० मा फोन गर्नुृहुन अनुरोध गर्दछौं । तपाईंले ओरेकको बालकुमारीस्थित कार्यालयको फोन नम्बर ५००६३७३ वा मोवाइल नम्बर ९८४१९०८८७५ मा पनि सोझै सम्पर्क गर्न सक्नु

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Devastating earthquake in Nepal

The continuous devastating earthquake, which started from April 25 in various parts of the country has caused huge losses to the human lives and property. More than 5000 people have lost their life, and this may exceed 10,000, and more than 6000 people are injured, and 4,50,000 displaced as per the data of April 28.

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Help us in our initiative for earthquake victims

Women's Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) and National Alliance of Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD) are carrying out different relief activities for earthquake victims in ten districts of Nepal—Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kavre, Nuwakot, Gorkha, Sindhupalchowk, Makwanpur, Dhading and Rasuwa. We need your support in this initiative.

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WOREC celebrates 24th anniversary

Women's Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) celebrated 24 years of its establishment today by initiating a third phase of national campaign against rape. The program was conducted at Basantapur Durbar Square in the presence of staff members, representatives of government and civil society organizations.

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From Chairperson’s Desk

Dear friends, well wishers, supporters and partners of WOREC,

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WOREC in CSW: Building Movement against Sexual Violence during Conflict in Nepal

During 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, Women’s Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC) and National Alliance of Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD) Nepal organized a side event on Building Movement against Sexual Violence during Conflict in Nepal on Thursday 20th March 2015, where more than 80 participants were present from different parts of the globe. The session was moderated by Dr. Renu Adhikari Rajbhandari, Chairperson of WOREC and National Coordinator of NAWHRD.

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WOREC and NAWHRD’s participation and contribution during 59th Session of CSW

Isis-Women’s International Cross Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE)and National Alliance of Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD) Nepal organized a side event on Thursday (March 12, 2015) from 12:30 – 13:30 pm where Dr. Renu Adhikari Rajbhandari, Chairperson of WOREC and National Coordinator of NAWHRD, as one of the panelists made a presentation on the experience of feminist movement building in South Asian context with much focus on Nepal’s experience and relating to Beijing Platform for Action (BPfA) context for movement building.

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24th 16 Days Of Activism On Violence Against Women

On the occasion  of 24th   international  day of Violence  against  Women  (VAW),  WOREC  has formally launched the Anbeshi year book 2014. WOREC has attempted to shed light on the issue with the regular

periodical   of  'Anbeshi"   which  is  devoted  to  VAW  in  Nepal.  The organization has been publishing Anbeshi year book since 2008 to bring attention to the ever increasing cases of VAW in Nepal.

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