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(6) My Menstruation

written by Radha Paudel (MDM Class of 2010), Nepal

Radha_thumbnailRadha Paudel, MDM 2010 and Founder and President of Action Works Nepal (AWON), writes about the horrific traditional practices and beliefs in Nepal that restrict women's freedom of movement, harm their health and hamper their development. 
 
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(5) Co-Creating a Nutritionally-well Society

written by Selahuddin Yu Hashim (MDM Class of 2013), Philippines 

Screenshot 2014-08-15 09.57.09.pngAfter Supertyphoon Yolanda hit the Central regions of the Philippines, it resulted to a widespread structural damage and thousands of casualties with a total of 3,547,212 individuals remained displaced (3,547,212 outside of ECs and 101, 363 within the ECs) from the 8 majorly hit provinces.

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(4) Radio jingles against gender-based violence in public transport in Nepal

written by Radha Paudel (MDM Class of 2010), Nepal

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Action Works Nepal (AWON) has taken the lead in the fight against Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Public Transport. On June 3 2011, AWON organized an interaction program with national level stakeholders, gathering contributions from women users, government people, media, associations of public transport, trade unions, civil society organizations, traffic police, researchers. Delegates from Karnali to Jeneva arrived at the meeting.

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(3) Suggested development agenda for the new government in Assam

written by Miftahul Islam Barbaruah (MDM Class of 2010), India

0-3.jpegThe new government will soon take the realm of power in Assam and the state will witness the beginning of a new phase of development.

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(2) Where Apples Meet Politics

written by Radha Paudel (MDM Class of 2010), Nepal

0-4.jpegThe months of April and May are for the apples to bud in Nepal. This is the time when it is amazing to see the apple trees suddenly flower after a tough life in a long winter and give way to their buds.

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(1) Restructuring Central Sector Schemes for Agri-Sector Development in North Eastern India

written by Miftahul Islam Barbaruah (MDM Class of 2010), India

Restructuring Central Sector Schemes for Agri Sector Development

Industrial licensing, concessional finance and investment subsidy, tax holidays, growth centers and freight equalization are some of the conventional ways in which government supports the private sector.

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