Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 855_VAWG

Issue: Violence against Women and Girls

Episode: 855

The issue of this week's episode is speaking out and standing against violence against women and girls. This episode is also created to mark the 16 days international campaign to end Gender based violence.
To start off the episode, the hosts talk about the upcoming first phase of the the House of Representatives and state assemblies election and request the listeners to exercise their right to vote and also to vote wisely.

In the drama this week, Sagar and Prajwala are a happily married couple with a little kid. But problems start to arise when Prajwala advances in her job and slowly starts to spend less and less time in home. Things turn even worse when their landlord provokes Sagar by mocking Prajwala's higher income and hints that Sagar is a feeble husband. This causes Sagar to lash out on Prajwala and their marriage deteriorates further. What will happen next? Tune into this week's episode to find out.

A few friends from Okhaldhunga share their thoughts on what they would do if they find out violence against women and girls being committed in their locality or family.

Binita Bhattarai from Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare updates us on the 16 days international campaign to end Gender based violence, this year's theme and its significance in Nepal.

In Saathi lai Saathi ko Sallah, a problem sent by a listener about her delayed menstrual cycle is also addressed.

This week's VOY question is: In your opinion, why is it important to end violence against women and girls?

Thank you.

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Ladies and young ladies who encounter sex based viciousness have had their essential human rights abused and are at expanded danger of a heap of other sexual and regenerative wellbeing dangers, including unintended pregnancy, risky premature birth, and sexually transmitted maladies.

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