“I want to break the vicious cycle of poverty and malnutrition through the economic empowerment of women.” – Bonita from Nepal

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“In our everyday life, we meet a lot of people, and some of these people help us realize the purpose of life.

I have been involved in various health-related projects and programs in Nepal since my undergraduate days. However, my actual journey to self-discovery began with a mother’s story. This was the moment I knew that I wanted to be a social change-maker.

Sangita and her family’s happiness knew no bounds when she gave birth to a healthy baby boy. But the child died after two months because of inappropriate feeding practices. Sangita had received no education or information about children’s nutritional requirements. As a result of her baby’s death, Sangita was disowned by her husband and his family. She is currently living in her maternal home.

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  1. Sushil parajuli

    I want you to know the possibility of whole food plant based for eradicating the poverty, malnutrition and other economic disparity and at the same time protecting biodiversity, ecology and nature

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