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
28 December, 2021
I refused to be vaccinated because of disinformation online

I refused to be vaccinated because of disinformation online

Globally, we’re living through massive digital change. The spread of false information online is an issue of our times. Plan International spoke to 26,000 girls and young women across 26 countries about their exposure to false information online: Nine in 10 told us it has negatively impacted their lives. Here 20-year-old Aissatou explains the impact that misinformation online has had on her life.
21 July, 2021

Say No To Child Marriage

Knows the story of Niru, a young woman from Nepal who fights against child marriage due to the bad experience that this brought in her life
7 July, 2021

Empowering girls to end violence against them

Swastika is an 18-year-old girl, an active participant in the Girls Out Loud program in Nepal, who through her work in reporting seeks to end gender violence
6 July, 2021

GIRLS SPEAK OUT AGAINST ONLINE ABUSE IN NEPAL

Case study regarding how Girls Out Loud Nepal is supporting young girls to be aware of online safety and security.
6 July, 2021

Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Campaiger- Ojaswi

Ojaswi, a 21-year-old girl from Nepal, an active participant in Girls Out Loud, leads a campaign focused on the hygiene of menstrual health and teenage pregnancy.
31 May, 2022

MH Day 2022

This is a video targeted to celebrate MH Day 2022. it was co-created by the members of Girls Out Loud- Nepal and the featured girls were the participants of the Girls Meet up the program in Sindhuli. Watch this Informative Video and support Dignified menstruation and be the change to end the Stigma and Discrimination in the society.
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.
12 January, 2022

Hadja: “We are not safe online”

The spread of false information online affects all of us, but for girls in particular, the impact can be devastating. Girls and young women are disadvantaged in all aspects of their lives by gender inequality, and the spread of lies and false information online only reinforces inequalities and deepens the gender divide
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
12 January, 2022

Mélissa: False information online damaged my health

The spread of false information online affects all of us. But for girls, the impact can have harmful consequences. When 16-year-old Mélissa saw a post on Facebook that said girls should wash their private parts with soap for better hygiene, she decided to follow the advice. But the information was wrong and Mélissa ended up with an infection.
16 November, 2021

Hadja: “We are not safe online”

The spread of false information online affects all of us, but for girls in particular, the impact can be devastating. Girls and young women are disadvantaged in all aspects of their lives by gender inequality, and the spread of lies and false information online only reinforces inequalities and deepens the gender divide.
15 November, 2021

Mathilde: I was nearly caught out by an online scam

23-year-old Mathilde lives in a small town in Boulgou Province, south-eastern Burkina Faso. The Internet and social media plays a big roles in her life and she spends a lot of time online. “I’m online almost all the time, because for me social networks are a big market for professional and relationship opportunities,” she explains.
13 November, 2021

Girls Out Loud takes over the Internet

In the framework of the International Day of the Girl Child, the global project Girls Out Loud held a conversation: GOL GLOBAL TALK via Zoom with the participation of girls from 12 countries.
13 November, 2021

Chimène: The dangers of the digital world

Social networks occupy an important place in the daily life of girls and young women. Indeed, social networks are spaces that allow girls and women to communicate, find information, have fun and interact with their loved ones in order to strengthen their skills. They are a simple, effective and less expensive way to communicate, and most young people, especially in urban areas, spend a lot of time on them.