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This page lists all the recent news and updates of Bind Youth Association Nepal.

Youth with disabilities- opportunities in COVID 19 in CoSP CRPD

June 17th, 2021

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Joint us today and Lets hear what Mr. Ram Gaihre, General Secretary of our association have to say regarding situation of youth with disabilities in Side event 14th CoSP CRPD Do you want to discuss the current situation of youth with disabilities during and after the COVID-19 pandemic and to actively engage in the preparation […]

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Accessible Application to access information in SRHR for PWDS launched

June 13th, 2021

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hamiforSRHR is a mobile application developed by Blind Youth Association Nepal and spread accessible information, news, notification on Disability and Sexual & Reproductive Health Rights to young persons with disability and without a disability. This app is particularly for young and adult people with disabilities (PWDs) and their friends, parents, teachers but also can be used by […]

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15 days Advanced computer training for blind Youths

June 10th, 2021

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BYAN has always been concerned and focused in the capacity building of the youth with visually impairment. Now its the era of technology . So as per the need of blind youths. BYAN conducted 15 days Advanced computer training from a international trainer Mr. Mansoor from inclusive globe india. There was 20 youths actively participating […]

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Managing menstruation for women and girls with disabilities

May 28th, 2021

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About disability Different types of disabilities include, among others, restrictions in mobility, reduced visual and auditory, speech and cognitive capabilities. More than one billion people, or approximately 15 per cent of the world’s population, live with some form of disability. 80 per cent live in developing countries (UN). The WHO underlines that disability is thus not just […]

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