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कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड(१९) बाट संक्रमित महिलाले स्तनपान गराउँदा ध्यान दिनुपर्ने कुराहरु 

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कोरोना भाइरसको महामारीमा पूर्ण स्तनपान सम्बन्धी सन्देश

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कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड-१९) महामारीको अवस्थामा ज्येष्ठ नागरिक लगायत जोखिममा रहेका अन्यलाई सहयोग गरौं

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कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड-१९) महामारीको अवस्थामा मनोसामाजिक परामर्श

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कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड(१९) महामारीको अवस्थामा लैङ्गिक हिंसा रोकथामका लागि सन्देश

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गर्भवती महिलाले कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड–१९) बाट सुरक्षित रहन पालना गर्नुपर्ने कुराहरु

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कोरोना भाइरस (कोभिड–१९) : गर्भावस्था तथा स्तनपान सम्बन्धी प्राय सोधिने प्रश्नहरु

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नोभल कोरोना भाइरस सम्बन्धी सर्वसाधारणका लागि जनचेतनामुलक सन्देश 

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Harmful practices can be defined as persistent behaviours that discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, age, caste/ethnicity, language, religion, amongst others. They leave women and people from excluded groups at risk of violence, poorer physical and psychological health, limited educational and economic outcomes, injuries, and even death. Notably, harmful practices are not isolated or random. They stem from deeply-rooted patriarchal, social, cultural and religious norms perpetuated throughout centuries that view women, as well as lower caste groups, as inferior.

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Every year, people across Nepal are subjected to violence, poor health outcomes, and death as a result of harmful practices. These practices stem from deeply embedded patriarchal norms and unequal power relations and are a significant barrier to the realization of human rights and equality in development outcomes, particularly for women and persons from excluded groups. Despite significant advancements in legislative and policy frameworks, harmful practices continue to pervade in Nepal.

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