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Development Research

Some of posts for this section are listed below.

Indigenous Women and Girls in Nepal: A Brief Overview

Considering the status of Indigenous Women and Girls in Nepal and the lack of concrete disaggregated data, NIDWAN has successfully published a Brief Overview on Indigenous Women and Girls in Nepal that depicts their status on various areas. Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities have intersecting identity which often tends to draw in stigmas and discrimination. Indigenous […]

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Interim Impact Assessment of COVID-19 to Underrepresented (Indigenous, Dalit and Madhesi) People with Disabilities in Nepal

There is an evident lack of disaggregated data on underrepresented groups in general but more so in the COVID due to which they are always overlooked by the state mechanism in providing relief and support. Bearing this in mind NIDWAN conducted a research on 'Interim Impact Assessment of COVID-19 to Underrepresented (Indigenous, Dalit and Madhesi) […]
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Aspiration and realities to imagine violence free lives for Indigenous Women and Indigenous Women with Disabilities: An initial step towards it

NIDWAN, supported by Women’s Fund Asia (WFA) operated Qualitative research led by Ms. Sushila Thapa Magar entitled, 'Aspiration and realities to imagine violence free lives for Indigenous Women and Indigenous Women with Disabilities: An initial step towards it’. The research mainly consisted of case studies and qualitative information collected from 3 districts Kathmandu, Lalitpur and […]
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Violence against Indigenous Women and Indigenous Women with Disabilities

With the support of Women’s Fund Asia (WFA), NIDWAN conducted a Quantitative research on ‘Violence against Indigenous Women and Indigenous Women with Disabilities, led by Mr. Prabindra Shakya. The research collected data from 210 respondents through Kobo Toolbox composed of Indigenous Women and Indigenous Women with Disabilities from all 7 Provinces of Nepali along with […]
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Intersectionality and Marginalization: A Study of Indigenous Women with Disabilities in Nepal

NIDWAN conducted research entitled 'Intersectionality and Marginalization: A Study of Indigenous Women with Disabilities in Nepal' particularly focusing on the situation of Indigenous Women with Disabilities in relation to the five thematic areas i.e. health, education, livelihood, social, awareness, and capacity building. The research study aimed to explore the situation of Indigenous Women with Disabilities […]
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Impacts of Climate Change on Indigenous Women with Disabilities

NIDWAN with the financial support of PAWANKA Fund carried out a rapid qualitative assessment on the Impacts of Climate Change on Indigenous Women with Disabilities at Ward 2 of Namobuddha Municipality, Kavre district, Bagmati Province, Nepal. The primary objective of the qualitative research was to document cases and evidence on the impacts of climate change […]
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