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Empowerment and Livelihood

Indigenous women are playing powerful leading roles in their families and communities despite being unfortified and marginalized which becomes even more difficult with a disability. Often, indigenous women are unaware of their rights and are deprived of control over their resources. They are left out of decision making spheres and their opinion is not taken into consideration.
NIDWAN works on creating enabling environments for young indigenous women and women with disabilities. NIDWAN provides peer counselling, self-help support and training engaging marginalized women in the society and institutions to represent their voice, and supporting them in their professional development.
NIDWAN believes that Empowerment is one of the keys to achieving sustainability and can make important changes in women's lives.

Some of posts for this section are listed below.

Livelihood Support Plan

NIDWAN recognized insufficient and in most cases no financial support and investment were a major hurdle Women with Disabilities face in their journey to become independent. Training and capacity building provided to Women with disabilities are limited to training centres and rooms without any contribution to their life. Taking this situation as our motivation NIDWAN […]
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Training on Advocacy and Activism

After the successful completion of 20 series of 'Discussion on Climate Change, Indigenous Youth, and Indigenous People with Disabilities in collaboration of Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) and NIDWAN Nepal, to further connect the youth towards their indigenous identity and roots a follow up 5-session virtual training was conducted to familiarize the youth on […]
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Training on Disability and Human Rights Weekly Interactive Session: In collaboration with CIL Kathmandu & NIDWAN

With an aim to train on Disability, CRPD & SDG to People with Disabilities and Indigenous Peoples NIDWAN jointly organized Disability and Human Rights Training in collaboration with CIL- Kathmandu. The course has been designed with around 36 sessions from July 2020 to March 2021, particularly focusing on the broader understanding of disability rights. The […]
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Skill Development Training for Women with Disabilities

NIDWAN has been conducting skill development training for women with disabilities with the objectives to enable their skills and livelihood at the local level every year. In 2020, the training was inaugurated by Mr. Narayan K.C, President of ward no. 4, Lalitpur Municipality and Ms. Pratima Gurung, President of NIDWAN on March 19th. Ms. Sumi […]
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Training on Office Accounting 2020

Capacity Building of the organization was one of the major agendas of NIDWAN in the year 2020. On the 7th of March 2020, a training on office accounting was held at NIDWAN's office. Mr. Karma Maharjan facilitated the training for NIDWAN's board members and staff. The training highlighted various account keeping methods like maintaining petty […]
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Different Types of Impairment Skills, Training and Capacity Building of Deaf Women and Women with Disabilities

NIDWAN believes in being economically independent as a major factor in our fight towards ensuring our rights for this purpose, on the 2nd of January, an interaction with employment stakeholders was held in Lalitpur Municipality. Deaf women and Women with Disabilities were there to consult and inform the invited stakeholders. The main topic of the […]
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ABOUT NIDWAN

NIDWAN works for the groups having multiple and intersecting identities and builds synergy both at the grassroots and global level collectively with various organizations and relevant stakeholders by cross-movement collaboration.
Contact Us
National Indigenous Disabled Women Association-Nepal (NIDWAN)
Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Post Box No 21535
Email: nidwan2015@gmail.com, nidwan2021@gmail.com
Phone: 015524054
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