Nepal is geo- politically and socially awkward country and the status of woman is very pathetic. After the woman gets blind they are kept in house preventing them from social exposure. To find out these woman and bringing them to the cricket ground seems to be impossible without the help of partners like cricket club of the blind in Pokhara, Rupendehi and Chitwan
Radio should have defined policy as to working in partnership with movements for social change, and should be working accordingly. Radio should establish working
relationships with relevant other organizations or agencies (such as indigenous peoples organizations, civil society organizations, human rights organizations, social and community organizations, and labor organizations) in the defined target area and should be working
together in collaboration with them in movements aiming for social transformation.
«Even though Vipasyana Meditation is the prime objective of Maitri Sangh,
we feel that without social awareness spiritual development will be incomplete;
therefore, to carry-out the social work along with the practice, Maitri Sangh has committed to do something for the children.
Apart from this, Maitri Sangh publishes books on teachings of Lord Buddha & organizes talk program on teachings of Lord Buddha».
The term street children refers to children for whom the street more than their family has become their real home. It includes children who might not necessarily be homeless or without families, but who live in situations where there is no protection, supervision, or direction from responsible adults.
Empowering Women of Nepal (EWN) is a non-governmental organization.
It was founded by the three Nepalese sisters Lucky, Dicky and Nicky Chhetri,
pioneers in the promotion of female trekking guides in the Himalayas.
The organization's goal is to improve the lives of disadvantaged women in Nepal.