Amarawati Marg, Koteswor, Nepal.
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  • Activities

    ASMITA had developed a training package on journalism from gender perspective. This training package was the first of its kind in the country. The organization implemented the training program in different development regions of the country. Basically, journalists working at the grassroot level participated in the training, which gave them guidelines to produce media materials […]


    ASMITA had established its Documentation and Information Section since the very beginning of its inception. The main purpose of the Section was to collect and store documents and information on Nepali women. At present, the Section has a huge collection of reference materials on Nepali women. The concept of establishing a Resource Center on gender, […]


    ASMITA’s media literacy program aims to make the country’s media more gender sensitive, democratic and accountable to the people. The participants in such programs are also encouraged to set up their own media in their own locality. ASMITA completed a nationwide research Women and Media: A Study of the Media Situation in Nepal in Relation […]


    ASMITA has been conducting media monitoring activity from the very beginning of its establishment. The main purpose of this activity is to show how women are wrongfully portrayed and represented in the mainstream media and suggest proper ways to portray women in media. Notably, ASMITA is the pioneer organization in the country to start media […]


    ASMITA has published several books on women and gender related issues. Some of the prominent books are- Women in Transformation, Women in Disaster Management & Reconstruction, Profiles of Some Women Leaders, Sarwartha Yogbani, Nepalese Women Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize- 2005 etc. Different kinds of IEC materials (booklets, posters, magazines for simply literate women etc.) […]


    ASMITA has been publishing the magazine Asmita since 1988, though the publication was discontinued several times due to unavoidable constraints. Nevertheless, the reputation of the magazine Asmita as an ardent advocate for women’s cause still prevails among the educated masses and women activists. The organization sees the present context as an opportunity to take advantage […]