With the aim of providing exposure opportunity, boosting self-confidence, bringing girls close to nature and not limiting their interests and hobbies, we welcomed 50 new girls on 28th April who will be participating in various activities in coming days. To most of the girls, it was their first ever run and it seemed like nothing could beat their excitement, not even the rain. These girls will be in training for the next couple of months.
We are grateful to have all those energies coming from a group of young girls. Moreover, privileged to have our ex-participants who underwent a lot of positive changes within themselves and are now volunteering and leading the training.
On the other hand, we also had ‘Lunch with Shradhha’ a part of GIA program ‘Lunch with inspirational women’ through which we intend to bring stories from women’s with any background that provides the opportunity for girls to meet and interact with them.The girls listened to the journey of Shraddha, had a lot of queries answered that explains they walked out the room full of learnings and with the taste of good food. Shraddha studied law at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. After briefly working as a consultant at Ernst and Young LLP in India she came to Nepal and has practiced law since. Currently, she works at NCELL, a privately owned mobile network operator in Nepal. She is also a Council Member at US Embassy Youth Council Nepal.
Thank you Shradhha for making it to our program and sharing your experiences with the young girls.
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