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Child Sexual Abuse through Internet ( Nepali)   
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It is said that whenever good things come in our lives it also brings along some bad elements. Every sunrise is followed by a sunset and every rainfall is followed by sunshine. Yes, if we talk about internet it is considered as the ocean of knowledge but in it there are many hidden pornographic sites which affect the economic and mental status of a person.
School children are the most affected and fall prey of online sexual abuse. Different NGOs in Nepal have come together to fight against this cause. This programme also speaks of an NGO ECPAT from Thailand where it has started a campaign “Make IT safe” through out the glove

Population and pollution walks hand in hand in Nepal ( Nepali)   
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It is seen that population and pollution is growing side by side in Nepal. In recent years in the pretext of development there has been increase in the pollution level there. Nepal has seen a significant growth in the automobile industry, and chemical industry which are the main causes of pollution.
People of Nepal have already started facing the consequences in the form of rapidly growing ill health of its people there. NGOs have been little successful in creating awareness using less pollution devices in our day to day life. In this programme it is also discussed that the government has already started commissioning electric and gas public transport vehicles and would be slowly phasing out cars and taxis using petrol and diesel in the near future.

Maternal health care ( Nepali)   
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 In this 21st Century it is seen that people tend to get so involved in their daily work that they fail to take care of their own health. The change in food habit, stress and work load plays a vital role in ones health. The youth of today which constitutes the half of the population of the globe needs special education on maternal health.

Kathmandu is well know in this world but if one move out of Kathmandu one gets to see that Nepal is facing lot of problems and one of them is Health.  Awareness on maternal health is necessary in the far flung mountainous region of Nepal where the villages are cut off from today’s world.  This radio programme informs that maternal health education is an essential knowledge for both men and women and it needs to be imparted to both in the far flung villages. In this process Rural knowledge centres and community radio can play a vital role in information dissemination.

Awareness on dowry system ( Nepali)   
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 Still today Dowry System is prevalent in Nepal. It is considered as one of the oldest tradition which needs to be followed by everyone there. People have now realized how harmful Dowry System is to the family and the society. It not only snatches happiness from the families but even innocent lives.
This radio programmes shows how the new generation in Nepal is fighting against Dowry System. The short play in the programme shows how a boy refuses to accept dowry and threatens to cancel his marriage. This incident opens his parent’s eyes and they too finally agree against Dowry system.

Role of information communication and technology during Nepal Bandh ( Nepali)   
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The far flung villages in Nepal are totally cut off from information during bandh in Nepal. The information not only reaches the villages through radio but also through print media. The knowledge centres in the villagers which acts as vital lifelines in imparting information gets affected during the bandh.

 News papers which are mostly printed in towns and cities cannot reach the far flung villagers during bandh and they are deprived of information. The information not only involves current news but information on health, Government schemes and development issues which cannot reach common people.

Success of micro industries in Nepal ( Nepali)   
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Micro Industries does make a lot of difference in the economic growth of a nation and of a individual. National Programme Director of Micro Industries in Nepal Mr. Lakshman Pun talks about Micro Industries in Nepal which has been funded by UNDP and other organizations like DFID, AusiAid and New Zealand Aid. This programme started in June 1998 as pilot project and expanded to 10 regions.
Since it was a pilot project they were optimist and worked hard and did make some modifications which showed good results in eradication of poverty through micro industries in the villages. Seeing this Government of Nepal took keen interest in expanding this programme to other regions too. He explains in details how the villagers are trained. A short play shows how this model is useful in the development of the economic condition of the individual and the country.

Eliminating child labour ( Nepali)   
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It is estimated that there are approximately 26 lakhs children who are working as child labourers in Nepal and 80% of it is concentrated in the southern part of the country. The short drama shows how a poor family sends their young son to work in a hotel to earn more money. The young lad is given loads of work in the hotel by the owner. Since the boy is young and innocent he is also sent to the owner’s house for more work after the hotel job.

One day a school teacher happens to stop by that tea shop and sees the young boy working. Surprised by the boys age the teacher then takes the boy along with to her to her school and threatens the tea owner of legal actions against him. This programme clearly indicated that awareness on Child Labour is very essential to eliminate it from the society.


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Nepali is the official language of Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal and is also spoken in some parts of Bhutan, Myanmar and India. Nepalese or Nepali is recognised as an official language in the Indian state of Sikkim. Its script is Devnagri.