Awareness via Colors“, organized by ‘We Inspire Nepal’ in collaboration with UNESCO, is an awareness campaign, which aims to spread the awareness about the gender equality to be held on 4th of December at Bhrukuti Mandap Gate. The program is scheduled to start from 8 am and will last till 10 am.

We Inspire Nepal is an NGO which aims at strengthening the potential capability, leadership Strength, creative energy and patriotism among human beings via diverse program. One of the recent programs that this NGO has been conducting is “50 Female Champions” which is a fellowship program designed to recognize 50 female leaders of the society whose works has been the agent for social change and provide them with a platform to further strengthen their skills to become a bigger contributing factor in the society. The program aims to address some very important issues of the adolescent girls mostly including psychological and physical change, sexual health, education, and empowerment etc.

Alisha Dahal, a former networking associate and a participant in We Inspire Nepal initiated and UNESCO supported program called 50 female champions, is an event coordinator for this campaign and here is what she has to say about the campaign/program.

1. Tell us something about “50 Female Champions”. What is the motive behind it?
“50 Female Champions” is a fellowship program designed to recognize 50 female leaders of the society whose works has been the agent for social change and provide them with a platform to further strengthen their skills to become a bigger contributing factor in the society.
The program aims to address some very important issues of the adolescent girls mostly including psychological and physical change, sexual health, education, and empowerment etc.

Awareness via Color
Session by the Lead Trainer, Executive Director of We Inspire Nepal, Mr. Saunak Bhatta

2. What do you target or want to convey through this event/campaign ?
The main target of “Awareness via Colors” is to generate awareness about exploring the possibilities of sustainable development via colors which include face painting and most importantly through the goal 5, gender equality and how it is important for the sustainable development.

3. How well do you think the event/campaign will go? Do you have something to tell the readers as a whole about the event?
I feel “Awareness via Colors” will create a unique concept of transformation and change that is required that too in a silent manner as I believe silence speaks louder than words.
I also would like to request everyone for the immense support that this campaign requires and do stop by our campaign venue this Sunday and get aware about the need of gender equality for sustainable development.

Photo via We Inspire Nepal FB page

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