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Improving the Quality and Coverage of Human Rights 2006

Two human rights education workshops have been held for journalists from print, radio and television with the aim to educate them on human right issues. 70 journalists from Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Ramechap, Dolkha, Banke, Bardia, Dang , Jumla and Kalikot participated in the two day workshop and were briefed on human rights, child rights, women rights and international humanitarian law and about relevant press provisions contained in national and international instruments.

Sn District
Number of Participants
% of Women Participants
Male Female Total
1 Kathmandu 4 3 7 43%
2 Bhaktapur 1 3 4 75%
3 Lalitpur 3 0 3 0%
4 Dolakha 5 1 6 17%
5 Ramechap 5 1 6 17%
6 Dang 3 7 10 70%
7 Banke 5 4 9 44%
8 Bardiya 7 3 10 30%
9 Kalikot 7 0 7 0%
10 Jumla 7 1 8 12%
  Total 47 23 70 33%


Secondary School Children Class
"Educating Change Agents and the Public on Human Rights" 2005

In 2005, over 121 classes were conducted for secondary school children to disseminate information regarding human rights, CEDAW, CRC and IHL by a select group of facilitators trained in national level workshops held in the capital. Over 5311 persons secondary level school children have benefited from such classes.

Sn District
Number of Participants
Total Classes conducted
Boys Girls Total
1 Kathmandu 273 356 629 15
2 Lalitpur 212 186 398 10
3 Bhaktapur 118 194 312 8
4 Kanchanpur 167 166 333 8
5 Kailali 204 168 372 8
6 Bardiya 163 165 328 8
7 Banke 160 184 344 8
8 Dang 187 183 370 8
9 Kapilvastu 215 220 435 8
10 Rupandehi 172 163 335 8
11 Nawalparasi 173 166 339 8
12 Chitwan 177 212 389 8
13 Parsa 172 164 336 8
14 Bara 222 169 391 8
  Total 2615 2696 5311 121


District level Human Rights Workshop
"Educating Change Agents and the Public on Human Rights" 2004 & 2005 (June)

Over 102 district level workshops were conducted to disseminate information regarding human rights, CEDAW, CRC and IHL by facilitators trained in national level workshops held in the capital. Over 4466 persons have benefited from such trainings in 2004 and 2005 (June).

Sn District
Number of Participants
% of Women Participants
Male Female Total
1 Kathmandu 455 271 726 37%
2 Lalitpur 196 240 436 55%
3 Bhaktapur 186 259 445 58%
4 Kanchanpur 235 217 452 48%
5 Kailali 202 226 428 53%
6 Bardiya 241 199 440 45%
7 Banke 213 214 427 50%
8 Dang 294 230 524 44%
9 Kapilvastu 229 248 477 52%
10 Rupendehi 212 275 487 56%
11 Nawalparasi 270 256 526 49%
12 Chitwan 243 211 454 46%
13 Parsa 206 248 454 55%
14 Bara 277 240 517 46%
  Total 3459 3334 6793 49%

Training of Trainers
"Educating Change Agents and the Public on Human Rights" 2004

A series of 5 Training of Trainers( TOTs) were organized in Katmandu where secondary school teachers and representatives of community based organizations (CBOs) were educated on Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and International Humanitarian Law (IHL) by a group of experts to facilitate dissemination on these issues at the community level.

Sn Districts
Number of Participants
% Women
Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Kathmandu 21 13 34 38%
2 Lalitpur 8 5 13 38%
3 Bhaktapur 4 4 8 50%
4 Kanchanpur 4 1 5 20%
5 Kailali 4 4 8 50%
6 Bardiya 4 3 7 43%
7 Banke 4 4 8 50%
8 Dang 6 4 10 40%
9 Kapilvastu 5 2 7 29%
10 Rupendehi 4 4 8 50%
11 Nawalparasi 6 5 11 45%
12 Chitwan 3 5 8 63%
13 Parsa 4 3 7 43%
14 Bara 4 5 9 56%
Total   81 62 143 43%


District Level Street Drama and Wall Newspaper
" Education and Advocacy on Sustainable Elimination of Bonded Labor "
2004


Sn Districts
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Kanchanpur 17 8 25
2 Kailali 11 11 22
3 Banke 7 5 12
4 Dang 12 8 20
Total   47 32 79

TOT for Street Drama and Wall Newspaper
" Education and Advocacy on Sustainable Elimination of Bonded Labor "
2004


Sn Districts
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Kanchanpur 2 3 5
2 Kailali 2 2 4
3 Bardiya 2 2 4
4 Banke 2 2 4
5 Dang 2 2 4
Total   10 11 21

Workshop for Media Journalists
" Education and Advocacy on Sustainable Elimination of Bonded Labor "
2003


Sn Districts
Number of Participants
Television
Radio
Print
Total
1 Kanchanpur x x 3 3
2 Kailali x 1 1 2
3 Bardiya 1 1 1 3
4 Banke 1 x 11 12
5 Rupandehi x 1 1 2
6 Nawalparasi x x 1 1
Total   2 3 18 23

Balanced Conflict and Peace Reporting for Media
"Steps to Peace and Understanding"
2003


Sn Districts
Number of Participants
Television
Radio
Print
Total
1 Jumla x x 1 1
2 Kalikot x x 1 1
3 Acham x x 3 3
4 Doti x x 2 2
5 Dadeldhura x x 3 3
6 Kanchanpur x x 3 3
7 Kailali x x 2 2
8 Bardiya x 1 1 2
9 Banke 4 2 3 9
10 Dang x 2 4 6
11 Arghakhanchi x x 1 1
12 Gulmi x x 3 3
13 Rupandehi x 4 2 6
Total   4 9 29 42

Workshop for Steps to Peace and Understanding
" Steps to Peace and Understanding "
2002


Sn Description
Number of Participants
Male Female Total
1 workshop for steeps to peace and understanding 42 21 63
Total   42 21 63

District Level Roundtables
" Facilitating Adolescent Communication and Training for Sexual Health (FACTS) "
2000-2001


Sn Districts Number of Participants % Women
Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Nuwakot 1211 1906 3117 61%
2 Nawalparasi 1416 1753 3169 55%
Total   2627 3659 6286 58%

2nd Training of Trainers of PRA
July 2001 in Gaidakot, Nawalparasi (4 days)

Sn District
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Nuwakot 4 3 7
2 Nawalparasi 4 3 7
3 Kathmandu 2 x 2
Total   10 6 16

PCDSD/MTF Asian Coordinators Meeting
2001

Sn Country
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Cambodia 1 1 2
2 India 1 x 1
3 Nepal 12 x 12
4 Sri Lanka 1 1 2
Total   15 2 17


2nd International Worldview /IFH FACTS Exchange Workshop

12th – 18th September 2000

Sn Country
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Sri Lanka 4 x 4
2 The Gambia 1 1 2
3 Great Britian x 2 2
4 Nepal 15 7 22
Total   20 10 30

1st Training of Trainers of PRA
October 1999 in Trishuli, Nuwakot (4 days)

Sn District
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Nuwakot 4 3 4
2 Nawalparasi 4 3 2
Total   8 6 14


International Workshop on Participatory Communication for Democracy & Sustainable Development
17th –22nd November 1997

Sn Country
Number of Participants
Male
Female
Total
1 Botswana x 2 2
2 Cambodia x 1 1
3 Costa Rica 1 x 1
4 India 3 x 3
5 Nepal 3 2 5
6 Netherlands 1 x 1
7 Philippines 1 x 1
8 South Africa 3 1 4
9 Sri Lanka 3 2 5
10 Tanzania 1 1 2
11 Thailand 1 1 2
Total   17 10 27

Sn Description Project/Title Year Beneficiaries
1 Worldview organized the National Event: a platform where grassroots concerns of six youth communities were expressed at a national forum MTF 2002 60
2 Regional Workshop: Participatory Communication Meetings conducted at Biratnagar, Heutada and Nepalgunj for over 40 grassroots organizations. PCDSD 2002 80
3 Mandate The Future Seminar MTF 2000 42
4 PCDSD/Mandate The Future Workshop MTF 2000 14
5 Video Production Training Worldview /AAVAS 2000 75
6 Community Audio Tower Training PCDSD 1997-2002 175
7 Video Anchoring and Presenters Training Television Anchoring 1999 15
8 One Man Video Training CBT 1997 40
9 Advance Video Production Training CBT 1997 130
10 To strengthen the effectiveness of NGOs by enhancing the skills of their staff in using participatory PCDSD 1997 20
11 Wall Newspaper Production and Training PCDSD 1995-1997 105
12 Training Courses on production of quality videos on environment Competence Building Training 1996 41
13 Conduct Training Workshop for 25 NGOs to build their communication capacities NGO Capacity Building (PCDSD) 1996 25
14 To generate revenues Technical Support for Outside Productions 1996 20
15 To generate the group of trainers for community communication Trainer's Training 1996 25
16 To impact basic knowledge and techniques of radio announcement. Radio Announcer Training 1996 15
17 To develop Audio –Visual production capability for a video producer. Basic Video Production 1996 15
18 To train and establish a rural communication centers. PCDSD 1996 15 Communities
19 To produce man power in the field of video film production to meet the need of the country Basic Video Production Tanning 1995 26
20 To help IUCN's NGO Environmental Management programmes being implemented in rural areas Indigenous Technology 1995 All districts of Nepal
21 Workshop for "Participatory Communication on sustainable Development I, II PCDSD 1995 All Districts of Nepal
22 Communication Training for Democracy and Sustainable PCDSD 1995 120
23 To train media facilitators in harnessing their skills through communication techniques and facilities and motivating them to report, issues on development. AV Media 1994 20
24 To make farmers and consumers be aware of the ill effects of the usage of pesticide for food cultivation through video campaigns adjoined with development and farmer groups. The Use of Pesticide 1994  
25 To provide NGOs at grass root levels and communities in raising awareness on population control and Aids Preventive measures. population and AIDS 1992  
26 To provide the assistance among NGO and community leaders on bringing about communication and leadership skills through training and having access to participate in sustainable development. Communication development 1991 30
27 To focus on the preparation of election processes, voting parameters, campaign requirements and disseminating responsible information on the power to vote adjoined with NGO and community leaders. Election 2048 1991 voter education for Rural Voters
28 To conduct a awareness campaign on comprehending how to state of society is characterized by rights and privileges among its citizenry adjoined with NGO and Community Leaders Democracy Awareness 1991 17
29 To produce a video campaign with health workers on the importance and knowledge of birth spacing among urban and rural families that can help alleviate poverty and health problems. Birth Spacing 1989 30
30 To carry out initial surveys by meeting mothers, pregnant women, young girls, opinion leaders and health workers for material development of the campaign covering radio, video and print media that can deal various aspects of major diseas. Expanded Programme project (EPI) 1989 Nepal
31 To reduce child mortality introducing Immunization programmes. Social Marketing of immunization 1989 Throughout the Kingdom
32 To produce a cost effective program for use of media facilities and equipment, its incremented programs on media communication strategies among NGO land community leaders. Low Cost Media Training 1989 20
33   Sangam Banking Nepal Rasta Bank 1989 20
34 To encourage rural communities in the planning, and management of type of vegetables viable during seasons through participatory communication methods. Vegetable Development Division 1989 31
35 To provide communicating training to women and enhance the effectiveness of credit for rural women. Rural Communication Training (I) (II) 1988 24
36 To produce mobile team for door to door campaign of oral dehydration solution. Training for Mobile Team on ORT 1988 15
37 To focus on preventive care rather than on curative measures and for his mass communication channels and non mass communication methods shall be utilize to bring about basic knowledge on health to the general public. Basic Health Communication Project 1988  
38 To save deaths of children who die due to dehydration during diarrhea from illness due to lack of immunization and iodine. National wide campaign focuses and cultural social events in the country. Communication for Child Survival in Nepal 1988  
39 To provide basic desk top computer skills for Office staff in order to formalize its organizational set up and systems of operations. Computer Training 1987 4
40 To produce field visitor on door to door awareness campaign on oral dehydration solution. training for mobile Teams on ORT 1987 24
41 To train artistically – inclined participants on graphics, film animation and others for others for proper completion of context and outline. Film Animation Training 1987 15
42 To train media people on the disciplinary practices on producing video programmes. Basic training on Video Technology 1987 120
43 To train on the special audio effects and techniques that is of high quality in its sound transmission Training on Audio Mixing 1987 10
44 To provide an initial training module in video production for NGO and CBO Leaders Introductory Course on Video Production 1987 7
45 To trained technical people in producing a video film focusing on the social awareness and issues that are detrimental to the welfare of communities. Training cum Production Workshop for Social Message 1987 3
46 To provide modules for participatory communication with rural women leaders and provide assistance in solving their own problems besetting the communities and transfer knowledge with the train women to other communities. Communication Training for Women in Several Sites 1987 9
47 To enhance the effectiveness of particularly focusing small farmers of the kingdom by which their quality of living could be improves. WIF-ADB-NEPAL-NYC-IFAD 1987  
48 To train the staff in the skills of using video production as a tool for development. Social Service National Coordination Council 1987  
49 To provide training workshop on improving skills, knowledge and attitudes in community development and help assess its provisions for improvement. Community Training 1987 25
50 Community Development to help empower villages by organizing their own community based organization, and development capability building techniques and networking approaches with government organizations. Community Development 1987 30
51 To produce video on rural training metrologies applied in Nepal. Truga Project 1987 31
52 To offer training on the use of the basic desktop computer for documentation in Netherland Computer Training 1986 1
53 To train grass root level NGOs on the new development techniques of producing videos and it can provide more effective impact on the viewer. New Technology Workshop 1986 20
54 To provide training in the development of films, colour effects and other visual perspective techniques. Photography II 1986 14
55 To provide training on the basics of camera use, lighting effects, audio effects and other basic knowledge that can enhance a visual impact. Photography Training I 1986 10
56 To provide extensive training on the rudiments of editing, script-writing and other production stages that will be impacted in programs related to development Intensive TV training 1986 31
57 To train broadcasters, directors, editors, and camera men on TV productions skills and improve their skills that can focus on the social issues of the country Television Production Training 1986 59
58 To provide basic training in video production among the participants and create a video for its activities. Basic Video Production Training 1986 4
59 To train participants on conveying educational informational and on how to maintain effective participatory communication. Basic Training in Production of Educational Videos 1986 8
60 To train NGOs in the methods of production stages of TV trial shooting, editing, pre screening and other production processes to enhance their capabilities for effective transference for the development of communities. Production Utilization Training 1986 3
61 To impart of the use of traditional and contemporary participatory communication methods among the women leaders for future reference in its community agenda and activities. Communication Training for Rural Women 1986 13
62 To introduce the evolution of the latest audio visual communication productions skills and its facilities as a tool for transformation of development of NGOs and communities. New Technology Workshop 1986 20
63 To train grass root level NGOs the principles of communication and focusing on the value base development which will be transferred to improvement of the quality of life. Training of Trainers 1986 25
64 To reduce child mortality by introducing Nun Chini Pani on oral dehydration solution. (Specially focused on mothers) Child Survival 1986 through out The Kingdom
65 Communication support for small farmers in Video Training and Production on Indigenous Technology and Agriculture. ADBN Communication Project 1986 35
66 To set up a technical team for training among media facilitators.   1986 47
67 To upgrade the communication knowledge and capacity of the staff to promote improved relations and understanding with their clients the farmers; to impart skills and improve attitudes and to train them in maximizing the benefits of credit usage. Small Farmers Development Programm II 1986 16
68 To set up a team for selecting the agenda of topics related to development which can include community participatory for TV production. TV Research 1985 32
69 To train on the importance and techniques of communication through use of media equipment and promote participatory communication. Priceless Craft 1985 11
70 To incorporate community building and improvements of peace process in collaboration with the government that can give positive effects with agreements in territorial bounds. Zone of Peace 1985 71
71 To motivate the community on creating entrepreneurial activities as a source of income and developing cooperatives for community building. People Interest in Small Scale 1985 15
72 To imbibe among the participants on the dangers, causes and effects of drug abuse and provide supplementary economic support through livelihood activities to combat complacency and influence among the youth. Prevention of Drug Abuse 1985 55
73 To provide training for subsidies services, aid kits among health workers and develop hand kits and AV material programs for institution building. Medicinal Auxiliary Training Centre Project 1985 63
74 To provide seminars and knowledge –sharing about the dangers, causes and prevention of the illness among children and estimate the percentage breakdown by reasonable percentage. Oral Dehydration Communication Support Project 1985 Entire Nepalese Population
75 To empower women activists their social status and awareness about their rights and duties. Trainings Women's Development Officers & Assistants 1985 35
76 To train participants the strategies of showing different methods of broadcast journalism and its effectiveness in contributing to participatory communication. Journalism Workshop 1985 41
77 To engage the women to participate in creating a video describing the upliftment of a women's condition. On Her Way 1985 30
78 To help participants foresees the events that can change overnight on problems on geographical areas that are frequently affected by turbulent weather disturbances and catastrophes through building support groups on disaster preparedness. Back up Team 1985 8
79 To Transmit updates on events through extensive training on research, data gathering and to train them in the production stages. Television News Service Training 1985 60
80 To Deliver training from pre to post production stage that can accomplish the selected footages which effective continuity of communicating images. Television Production Training 1984 16
81 To familiarize on single camera to multi camera systems depending on the nature of program and facilities provided. Studio Program Training 1984 30
82 To develop a series of instructional video through visual images accompanied by sounds and organized to accomplish the objective as effective as possible as a primer to education. Basic Training in the Production of Educational Video Films 1984 30
83 To harness familiarity with hardware of video production and develop reasonable technical standards. Basic Training in Camera, Sound, Editing and Lighting 1984 30
84 To Refine and up-date on the pre-planning production for communication skills needed to produce quality network program. Follow – up Training 1984 16
85 To Train on use of video equipment and raise production skills in production skills in producing programs. Handling of Light video Equipment 1983 3
86 To make a available training on the skills of using visual equipment in relation to the agenda of police management and administration. Use of Video Equipment ( Audio Visual Training) 1983 4
87 To Conduct a training on the rudiments and techniques of video production among the participants and increment this in their future endeavors Video Production 1983 11
88 To Provide Supplementary support to Government and NGO Leaders in advanced techniques in visual communication for promotion of wider access to participation among the sick. Advance Level Video Production Training 1983 5
89 To Produce manpower for use of video equipment technology Training on Video Equipment Handling and Video Program Production 1982 Government Personnel
90 To train program teams on the principles of audio-visual communication and focusing on the subject health control, and leprosy prevention. Basic Video Production Training 1982 5
91 To Emphasize on the need for communication strategies and its utilization of modern communication technology. Development Journalism 1981 22
 
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