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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 544 PWD

Do you know someone who uses a wheelchair? Wears glasses? Has difficulty hearing? Technically, all these (and many more) are referred to as disabilities. Perhaps a more accurate term would be "different abilities" People who have a "disability" can do most things a "regularly abled" person can do. They just may do them a little differently. For example, people in wheelchairs may not be able to walk, but they can certainly move around.

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 543 HIV/AIDS

There are times when we wonder out loud that despite so many campaigns being launched to aware people about HIV and AIDS, It still remains as the world's most significant public health challenge, particularly in low and middle income countries. The new slogan for the 'World AIDS day'- Getting to Zero; might sound ambitious in many accounts, but it is not impossible ! This week on Saathi Sanga Manka Kura, we discuss how this motto can be accomplished with the help of young people to realistically bring HIV infections to a complete ZERO !

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 542 Child Labor

The Global March against Child Labour, since its inception has been thriving upon twin missions i.e. elimination of child labour and guaranteeing good quality free education for all children as two sides of the same coin. One cannot be achieved without the other. These too have to be addressed in the broader context of socio-economic justice or poverty. It was our endeavor to demolish the age-old myth that poverty causes and perpetuates child labour and illiteracy. The fact is the other way round. Illiteracy, child labour and poverty form a classic triangular 'chicken & egg' relation.

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 541 Child Marriage

Early marriage: A social custom or a social satire ? Can we negotiate our way out of a forced early marriage ? If yes how ? Getting married early- Does it blur our changes of attaining our destined goal ? Various health hazards of early marriage: Early pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, Sexually transmitted diseases. Can early marriage be an invitation to labor exploitation and violence against women ? Both the host belt out their thoughts on the above mentioned topics in order to bring more clarity to why early marriage is a big NO !

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 540 Vocational Training

Vocational learning is quite different from taking up a normal college degree. In vocational training a student is taught a specific skill which is traditionally non-academic and totally related to a specific trade, vocation or occupation. It is also known by the name technical education at times. Here the student directly picks up expertise in a particular technique or technology.

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 539 General Love Problem

Shekhar, a young boy has tough time in keeping up with his friends in the world of relation. As he, lurch into a blur world of his thoughts, he is helped by his friend Raghav. Pushpa, on the other side has tough time to verbalize her love for Shekhar who at times gets Pushpa into the peak of confusion.

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Sathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 538: Family Issue

'All said and done- A fool will always remain a fool' this quote is a real life portrayal of Sabita's family, who though educated still feel that a girl child is not entitled to express her views in family affairs and it is a crime for a girl to decide about her future.

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 537: Hand Wash

Every US$1 invested in improved sanitation, translates into an average return of US$9. Those benefits are experienced specifically by poor children and in the disadvantaged communities that need them most as a result of saved time, increased productivity and reduced health care costs..

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Saathi Sanga Manka Kura Episode 535: Low Economic Condition

This great festival that brings a smile to every Nepali faces fails to bring happiness to Ramila's life! Ramila awaits the return of her husband who is abroad but will he return home for Dashain? Will her low economic condition deprive Ramila the pleasure to meet her husband after so many years and will this Dashain again be overshadowed by economic deprivation ? To find out please do listen to this heart rendering tale of Dashain and the hidden suffering that many Nepali people go through.