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Vlog no more taboo.

By Chloe Tingle 22 Dec, 2016
Listen in to our feature on BBC Worldservice (plays right after the Berlin intro) with our Founder Chloe and Pema for Nepal Fertility Care Centre. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04km44t
By Koyelia Sirkar 10 Apr, 2016
A major part of No More Taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and  organisations about their menstruation.
By Koyelia Sirkar 10 Apr, 2016
A major part of No More Taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and  organisations about their menstruation.
By Chloe Tingle 06 Apr, 2016
A major part of no more taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and organisations about their experiences of menstruation.
By Koyelia Sirkar 14 Mar, 2016
A major part of No More Taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and organisations about their menstruation.
By Koyelia Sirkar 14 Mar, 2016
A major part of No More Taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and organisations about their menstruation.
By Koyelia Sirkar 14 Mar, 2016
A major part of No More Taboo ’s work is helping to break down taboos and tackle the lack of understanding surrounding menstruation around the world. Our first stop on this quest is Nepal, a mountainous country in South Asia, home to Mt Everest, the world’s tallest mountain. Alongside this fame it is also a country with a lot of controversy around menstruation, as the practice of Chaupaddi (complete isolation of menstruating women) is still common place in rural Nepal, despite it being banned by the Nepali Supreme Court in 2004. We will explore this practice more over the coming six weeks as we talk to Nepali women and organisations about their menstruation.
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