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हेटौंडा÷ पढाईको महत्व नबुझ्नेहरु ‘पढेर हात्ति ठूलो भ’को हो र ?’ भन्छन् । तर, मकवानपुर, पदमपोखरी–१ वनस्पतिकी प्रेनम वाइवा, २१ बर्ष, पढेरै ‘ठूली’ भएकी व्यक्तिमध्येकी एक उदाहरण हुन् । शिक्षाकै कारण उनी शिक्षिका बनिन् भने आफू रहेको समुदायकी उदाहरणीय र अगुवासमेत बनेकी छिन् ।

National daily Republica writes about SSMK radio program

In a Kathmandu recording studio, young workers sift through piles of letters from Nepalese teenagers seeking advice on everything from unrequited love and homosexuality to drug abuse and HIV.

Two presenters in their early twenties talk animatedly into microphones as they record the latest episode of "Chatting with my Best Friend" or Saathi Sanga Manka Kura (SSMK), one of Nepal´s most listened-to radio shows. 

UNICEF Nepal partners with youth radio program 'Saathi Sanga Manka Kura' to launch the first 'Toll free SMS service, mobileactive.org writes in detail:

A recently launched campaign at a popular youth radio program in Nepal focuses on the voices of youth - or at least, text messages of youth. Regardless, the SMS campaign seems to be making strides. 

SSMK program featured on Nepal Times

The presenters of the hugely popular radio show Sathi Sanga Manka Kura (SSMK) are barely into their twenties, but already they are having to tackle some very grown-up issues. From the young girl raped by her own father to the 17-year-old boy abandoned by his family after contracting HIV, SSMK pulls no punches in dealing with the difficult issues faced by young Nepalis. Read more:

UNICEF Nepal website has a feature story about 'Saathi Sanga Manka Kura'

Saathi Sanga Man Ka Kura or Chatting With My Best Friend is the longest running youth radio show in Nepal. Heavily donned in the blanket of social norms and rigid culture many young people found themselves helpless in terms of making sound decisions for themselves. This is when Saathi Sanga Man Ka Kura made it's presence in the radio waves in the year 2001. Read more:

http://unicef.org.np/voy/story/changing-lives-through-radio-waves

Saathi Sanga Manka globally recognized! AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE (AFP) writes about SSMK program

In a Kathmandu recording studio, young workers sift through piles of letters from Nepalese teenagers seeking advice on everything from unrequited love and homosexuality to drug abuse and HIV.

Two presenters in their early twenties talk animatedly into microphones as they record the latest episode of "Chatting with my Best Friend" or Saathi Sanga Manka Kura (SSMK), one of Nepal's most listened-to radio shows.