To heighten awareness about gender-based violence occurring during and after disasters within UMN’s working community of Mugu, the Mugu Disaster Recovery Support (MUST) project recently organised a street drama in Wards 6 and 8 of Soru Rural…
A child-friendly adolescent group in Kyangsi in Rukum East took a proactive stance last week by organising a street drama and rally with an engagement of 124 community people to raise awareness about the detrimental impacts of…
A few years ago, it was hard to imagine these two ladies talk, laugh or even sit together. Training programmes on Conflict Sensitivity have helped resolved deep rooted conflicted and hatred in this family.
To enhance the capacity of those new to carrying local judicial responsibilities, UMN provided Conflict Analysis and Role and Responsibility orientation workshops in three districts at the end of 2022. These workshops were achieved in coordination with…
On 21 September, UMN Thapathali staff started the day by gathering to reflect on World Peace Day and to consider one commitment they could make towards peace through their life and actions. Peace and protection and conflict…
Nineteen mentors from four countries – India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Bangladesh – participated in the ‘Community Trauma Healing Training for Mentors’ from 9-11 August in Kathmandu. The three days training was hosted by UMN and organised by…
UMN hosted the Local Capacity for Peace South Asia Network Coordination meeting on 25 April, for three days, in Kathmandu. Representatives from eight organisations of four countries- Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and Nepal participated in the event for…
At UMN, we’re working to restore peace in communities by focusing on interfaith peacebuilding, cross-border peacebuilding and gender justice. Crimes and burglary at the India-Nepal border are some of the grave issues that we are trying to…