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Tipping Point Story of Change: Creating Positive Shifts

One Billion Rising (OBR) is a relatively new concept in Nepal, as in much of the world. Rupandehi district in Nepal chose to organize a solidarity rally and an interaction event in 2016. This is where Sashikala Yadav had been invited to speak: she was asked to share her experience of being an only child, to be the voice of her community members, and share out to her district the problems that exist in her village and community when it comes to child marriage.

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