NFCC marks the WHO announcement on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 to accelerate global efforts to eliminate cervical cancer. NFCC lighting Swayambhu in teal colour in solidarity with countries around the world who will light their national monuments in teal. Cervical Cancer is preventable! Screen – Treat – Vaccinate Swayambhu, Kathmandu, Nepal glowed teal for #cervicalcancer Illumination. On November 17th, the @WHO launched the Global Strategy to Eliminate Cervical Cancer.
“On average, every day in Nepal, approximately eight women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and 5 die from it. It is one cancer that can be prevented and eliminated.” On November 17, following the close of the 73rd World Health Assembly, WHO will mark the historic announcement and officially launch the elimination strategy of cervical cancer. Come, let’s all join hands together in this mission. Screen-Treat-Vaccinate
The news of rape cases is increasing every day. We see, we hear but we do nothing. The time has come to raise our voices against rape. Let’s come together to demand “#chemicalcastrationforrapists”. Let’s make our government make this the law. Join NFCC to ask for this change. Please help share this message widely and make the government realize that this is essential, this is necessary, this is crucial, and this is needed.
“My voice, our equal future.” Let’s connect rights to the voices and the future. Let’s ensure the right to self determination of the girls. Let’s celebrate the international day of the girls with menstruation.
September 30, 2020, marks the 10th anniversary of the recognition of water and sanitation as human rights by the UN Human Rights Council as part of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Right to Self Determination is the first article in this covenant. No Water, No Sanitation means No Menstrual Health.
The right to Water and Sanitation is integral to Menstrual Health.
#MakeRightsReal by ensuring #RightToSelfDetermination to every menstruator you know.
भाद्र ७ गते नेपालमा ऋषिपञ्चमी मनाइन्छ। ऋषिपञ्चमीको दिन महिनावारी हुने व्यक्तीहरुले गएको एक बर्षभरीमा महिनावारीको समयमा समाजले छुन नहुने भनिएका कुराहरु छोएकोमा माफ माग्ने गर्दछन्। के साच्चैँ हामीलाई यस्तो दिनको आवश्यकता छ त? हामी के महिनावारी मनाउने की महिनावारीका बन्देजहरु मनाउने? आउनुहोस् NFCC सँग सहकार्य गरी महिनावारी हुने व्यक्तीहरुले आफै निर्णय लिन पाउने अधिकार सुनिश्चित गरौँ।
यस #आत्मनिर्णकोअधिकार को अभियानमा सहभागी हुनुहोस्।
#आत्मनिर्णकोअधिकार सम्बन्धि अभियानको बारेमा बुझ्न र सहभागी हुन हामीलाई सम्पर्क गर्नुहोस्। यो सन्देशलाई धेरै भन्दा धेरै व्यक्तीमाझ पुर्याउन सहयोग गर्नुहोस्।
August 23 is Rishi Panchami in Nepal. Rishi Panchami is a day that menstruators can ask forgiveness for all the times they have touched something they shouldn’t have in the past year. But do we really need a day like this? Should we celebrate menstruation or restrictions?
Join NFCC in the movement to ensure that ultimately the menstruator should choose.
Join the #righttoselfdetermination Campaign. Contact us for more details on how you can be part of the #righttoselfdetermination Campaign. Please share widely and help us to spread this message.
यो लकडाउनको बेलामा तपाईं अथवा तपाईंले चिन्ने कुनै पनि व्यक्ति हिंसाको कारण जोखिममा हुनसक्नुहुन्छ । यदी तपाईं अथवा तपाईंले चिन्ने कुनै पनि व्यक्तिलाई सहयोगको आवश्यकता छ भने हामीलाई ९८०११९३०८८ नम्बरमा सम्पर्क गर्नुहोला ।
कृपया यो सन्देश लाई धेरै भन्दा धेरै शेयर गरेर सहयोग र आवश्यकता भएका व्यक्तिहरुलाई हामीसम्म पुर्याउन सह्योग गरीदिनु होला ।
During this lockdown, you or somebody you know maybe in a vulnerable situation, trapped at home with an abuser. If you or anybody you know needs help, call us at 9801193088 Please help share this message widely so it reaches people in need of help or support.
On the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day, we asked women and girls of various ages from different parts of Nepal “WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE MENSTRUATING? “. These are the answers shared by them but still, the question arises,
Are these their free choices and decisions that they have made?
After more than 10 years of working on menstruation, change is still needed – in practice, in access, in restrictions, and most importantly in mindsets.
The work continues.
It’s time for action.
Lets take a step to invest in girls and women to ensure their Right to Self Determination.