A group of women in Jumla waited patiently and celebrated heartily the day when the antenna finally arrived and Radio Nari Aawaaj, which means Voice of Women, could start its transmissions as the first women’s community radio station in Jumla. ”It was a happy day. We danced and laughed and
A symposium on “Documenting music heritage: Challenges and future directions for Nepal” will be held in Lalitpur on 28 November at the Hotel Himalaya from 12:30 – 17:00 pm. , immediately following the International Folk Music Film Festival Nepal 2011.
Nepali graduates in natural sciences can now apply for scholarships for a one-year training in four specialized fields (Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Earth System Physics and Mathematics) at UNESCO’s Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy.
Radio Nari Aawaj, otherwise known as Radio Women’s Voice, a community radio station managed and operated by women from the remote Jumla district in Nepal’s Far western region, recently started test transmissions.