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Rediscovered Self-Confidence in Chandradevi

Chandradevi Yadav's family, residents of Bodhebarsain Municipality in Saptari, is facing financial constraints. Her 35-year-old husband seeks seasonal employment in India. The income he garners from India, combined with sporadic local jobs, serves as the primary means to sustain their household. The family's fragile economic situation often leads to neglect of health concerns. Chandradevi, a mother, is currently expecting another child. However, her Antenatal Care (ANC) condition is critical. This came to light when a trained healthcare professional measured her blood pressure during a checkup, revealing high and fluctuating levels. She began experiencing symptoms such as fear and anxiety. Upon participating in a maternal health camp organized by ADRA Nepal in collaboration with BWSN, Chandradevi received valuable counseling and guidance from trained nurses, proving highly beneficial for her.


Chandradevi expressed her contentment upon attending the health camp for a timely check-up. Now, she can access essential healthcare services from the healthcare institution, realizing that these services are available free of cost within the municipality. The camp equipped her with knowledge about addressing health issues when they arise.


"I have gained extensive knowledge from the camp. Knowledge is our guiding light. I've learned when and where to seek treatment promptly. I'm truly grateful to the institution," Chandradevi shared. Through the support of ADRA Nepal, BWSN orchestrated a camp that extended its benefits to many other women, enlightening them about women's health. This transformative opportunity brought to their rural community has brought relief and empowerment.