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Samarbejde styrker indsatsen efter jordskælvet i Nepal

Her overrækker Peter Drummond Smith fra Mission Øst presenninger til overdækning, så de jordskælvsramte familier kan få midlertidigt husly.

Mission Øst leverede hurtigt nødhjælp ud til overlevende efter jordskælvet i Nepal for et år siden. Et unikt samarbejde mellem internationale organisationer er kommet 850.000 nepalesere til gavn. Hjælpen og samarbejdet fortsætter.

Ingen kan gøre alt. Men alle kan gøre noget. Og når hver enkelt fokuserer på det, de er bedst til, opnås det bedste resultat.

Et år efter: Jordskælvsofre i Nepal har stadig brug for hjælp

Ujjaili er enke på 84 år og lever af at tigge. Hendes hus blev totalt ødelagt af jordskælvet. Mission Østs medarbejdere sikrede, at Ujjaili og landsbyens andre ældre fik nødhjælp.

Den 25. april er det et år siden, at et voldsomt jordskælv ramte Nepal, jævnede huse med jorden og dræbte og sårede tusinder af mennesker. Mission Øst var hurtigt på pletten med nødhjælp til de hårdest ramte landsbyer, og hjælpen fortsætter.

At fjerne roden til fattigdom: Rettigheder og muligheder til kvinder i Nepal

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With a population of 27.5 million people, Nepal is amongst the poorest countries in the world. It is the second poorest country in Asia, and it ranks 138th out of 169 countries in the UN Human Development Index.  Kalikot district of Karnali region, where this project will take place, is one of the poorest areas in Nepal. Due to its remoteness and poverty levels, people are forced to migrate in search of food and work. The fight against poverty in remote mountainous regions of Nepal is hampered by the marginalization of women. Women have low social status and are subject to harmful traditional practices and discrimination. There is a lack of awareness of women’s rights, and women’s opportunities to participate in income generation are limited.  The theme for the Danish Television campaign 'Fighting Poverty' fits well with Mission East's goal of helping reduce poverty in this remote region.

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The overall aim of the project is to empower most vulnerable women in the remote and isolated area of Kalikot in Nepal to fight poverty through education and livelihood improvement.

The specific objectives are:

  1. Increased women’s influence at family and societal levels through functional literacy, training on their rights, those of their children (particularly girls) and community dialogue.
  2. By the end of the project, women’s income increased through the provision of vocational training and basic entrepreneurship classes, access to resources, and better market linkages.


Project partners Mission East and KIRDARC will use their experience and expertise to support empowerment of women in isolated areas to fight poverty through education and livelihoods improvement. The formation of women’s groups, and awareness raising with stakeholders including men and adolescents will bring better community understanding of inclusion and gender based issues and reduced marginalisation. Women will be able advocate to local government for benefit from development efforts at the local level, with an emphasis on quality education for girls as a means of fighting long-term poverty. Women will be able to use knowledge and skills acquired through the project to engage in income generation activities, improving both the wellbeing of their families and the status of women.



Danish Television Appeal




Kalikot District, Kheen and Dhaulagoha VDCs

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