16 Days Activism: Unite to end Burns and Acid Violence Against Women and Girls
Nepal - 25th November until the 10th December
On the occasion of the 16 days campaign: Stop Violence Against Women, Burns Violence Survivors Nepal (BVS Nepal) organized a musical afternoon with a lottery withdraw in the beautiful garden of 1905 Restaurant in Kantipath, Kathmandu on the 7th December 2013.
Around 300 people came to enjoyed this awareness program.
Thanks to all the artists who supported our program and came to play during this afternoon: Treble Cleff, Shree Tara Band, Shreya Sotang, Sugam Pokharel, Rajina Rimal, Nima Rumba, Kamal Khatri, Dharmendra Sewan & band, Joint Family International and Adrian Pradhan & friends.
Thanks to all our sponsors who help us to raise funds through the lottery: Kamworks, Nebico, Reeyaz Music, Kantipur Publication, Vivacity Magazine, Mulchowk Restaurant, Tamarind, Trisara, Lakpa Chulo, Bandipur Mountain Resort, Tranquility Spa and Little Angels School.
To fulfill their objectives, BVS Nepal decides to develop their prevention programme among the nation through the most effective media in this country: the radio. The jingles are broadcast everyday on Radio Nepal since the 26 November for a period of 6 months.
We develop two types of messages: the first one is to prevent the population from burn incidences and the second one is related to stop violence against women.
News and events
- 16 Days Activism
- Greek Island Party
- Counseling Training for Medical Staff and Survivors
- Mahendra Bhawan Girls School group donation
- British School Donation
- Stress Management Training
- Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival
- 16 Days Campaign: Stop Violence against Women
- Patron of BVS-Nepal
- ASF Conference in Kathmandu
- Dutch`s Queen Flee Market
- Event - Let’s Unite Now to End Acid and Burns Violence against Women
- AID for Nepal burn victims
- Street Drama
- Workshop on Burns Physiotherapy
- London to Paris bike ride
- BVS-Nepal Launch