Inclusive rural digital transformation

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Prof. Timila Yami Thapa

The complexity of the rural transformation process calls for multi-layered governance and new forms of technical and financial assistance. The debate on the structural and political changes in rural areas is vivid and ongoing. There are many working groups and forums, with different constituencies and mandates, that explore the central and unifying role.

Heera Devi Yami

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Late Laxmi Prava Bajracharya

Late Laxmi Prava Bajracharya

The demise of Tyrant  Rana rule during 104 years ended due to atrocities in the nation . General public had to always spend life in terror during those days. The life of women  used to be even worse.. Besides blockage of access to education, people who performed well in life used to be the target, used to get arrested, beaten up and destroyed. Under such an extremely challenging scenario we are going to describe how a woman Heera Devi Yami managed to spread education despite all the risks involved.

Heera Devi Yami

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Ratne Swari Shrestha

Ratnaeswari Shrestha, Chakupat, Lalitpur

Now Nepali society is transformed to some extent.  People are now fully aware of the importance of education. The discrimination between genders is decreasing. However, we should appreciate the brave resistance demonstrated by the teacher Heera Devi Yami and students like Ratneswari Shrestaha, and Laxmi Pravha Bajracharya during the suppression period of the Rana regime.