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Health and Wellbeing

Awareness, promotion and maintenance of physical as well as healthy mental well-being have always been NIDWAN's top priority as an org. working in the field of People with Disabilities. We encourage and motivate for a positive mindset for a happier and better life. Thus, NIDWAN, in collaboration with different experts and organizations of this field, organizes activities to uplift the well-being of IPs, Indigenous Women with Disabilities and Peoples with Disabilities.

Some of posts for this section are listed below.

31st NIDWAN Virtual Discussion Series on 'Resilience for Unknown'

The covid-19 pandemic has had a major toll on the mental health of the public and especially those with integration identities like indigenous women and Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities due to multiple layers of discrimination. Understanding these realities, NIDWAN invited Dr. Chhori Laxmi Maharjan on the 31st NIDWAN Virtual Discussion series on 17th July to […]
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Session on Mental Health & Psychosocial Counselling

In coordination with KOSHISH, National Mental Health Self Help Organization working with Psychosocial Counselling for People with Disabilities, NIDWAN conducted virtual sessions on 'Mental Health and Psychosocial Counselling'. Covid-19 Pandemic had exponential impacts on the social, economic and mental health of all, which is even greater for People with Disabilities. The objectives of the sessions […]
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Launch of NIDWAN Helpline Toll-Free no for Psychosocial Counselling Support

Celebrating World Mental Health Day on 10th October with the slogan on 'Investment in mental health issues, access for all' NIDWAN Nepal launched psychosocial support Toll-Free number 16600191534 facilities to People with Disabilities and marginalized groups. People who need psychosocial counselling support and COVID related issues can be consulted and referred to an accurate service […]
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Weekly Interactive Session on Mental Health and Wellbeing

During the COVID-19 pandemic, much news and data have shown that people are suffering from mental stress and anxiety. This scenario is even worse in the case of People with Disabilities. It has been known that during the pandemic and lockdown period many have lost their only source of income, inaccessibility to the basic health […]
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