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WE ARE Girls Out Loud Nepal

Girls Out Loud Nepal is a private Facebook group where girls from 13 to 24 years are members. Girls Out Loud Nepal is the safe space for us girls, and it is a girls-only Facebook group where we can express our thoughts, opinions and observations on various issues that matter to us without any fear of judgement. It is a space for young girls to learn and share issues that affect our lives.

It is also a platform to showcase our ideas and creativity. We in Nepal have found out this space to be a safe space to share our opinions and ideas on any issues and also seek solutions. This space has also been used to share various initiatives of Plan International, such as the Girls Get Equal campaign, and to link girls to other events that might be of interest.

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27 April, 2022

Case Study: Pushpa; Transformation starts from Self!

19-year-old, Pushpa is an active girl from Sunsari district selected as the Champions of Change (CoC) facilitator since a year. She was very interested to be an activist since her school days. Today she has been involved in activism in her local community on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) issues. She shares that, her personal experience to face the lack of access to proper SRH information made her more alert and be involved in advocating about these issues to her local community.
16 February, 2022

Anuja: Cherishing Peace through Activism

Anuja, currently the Advisor of the Local Child Network of Makwanpur has been balancing her studies and her social advocacy. Inspired by the other advocates and activists visiting her schools and giving information and conducting awareness on gender issues, women issues, and other social issues existing in her society, Anuja also thrived to achieve a change and address the social issues hindering the development of her community
12 January, 2022

Girls Out Loud Nepal group

The Girls Out Loud Nepal group bombarded with the posts and comments in November 2021. It was related to the TikToK videos of Nikisha Shrestha that went viral. In the video, a person deliberately harassed Nikisha, saying derogatory words. The dancer and video content creator Nikisha is often criticized and loathed on the internet. People on the internet often shame her with homophobic and transphobic comments on her content

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