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Nepal : Empowerment for inclusion of Badi Women Project.

Purpose: DMEK better able to define and achieve the core agenda of Badi womens empowerment, promoting rights of the Badi women and their participation in different levels and areas through policy and institutional change

Duration: 12 months

Budget: Au16,604

Coverage: Dang

Partner(s) profile: DMEK is a membership based non-governmental organisation in Nepal. It was established in 2000 by a group of women activists. DMEK is aiming at enhancing development and rights-based initiatives for the benefit of Dalit, oppressed, marginalised and neglected women. It is a voice of the excluded and marginalised women. It believes that working for excluded, neglected and marginalised women as well as communities is not only a charitable action but one that can bring about social changes. Being an organisation led by a Badi woman, DMEK is able to speak about the Badis because since its establishment DMEK has been a part of the Badi community.

country :Nepal

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Publication:Mena Report
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Geographic Code:9NEPA
Date:Jan 2, 2013
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