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CARE Nepal: Transforming Social Norms and Harmful Practices

This report evaluates how traditional social norms and harmful practices limit Nepalese women’s and girls’ voice and agency and access to basic rights, information, resources, services and support. CARE works to transform these norms and practices and create an enabling environment for women and girls to be valued in society and be able to claim and exercise basic and fundamental rights and services.

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