Continued publication of monthly e-newsletter “Voice of Senior Citizens” and 50 paged bimonthly magazine “Jyestha Nagarik” in Nepali language.
Continued partnership with HelpAge International Nepal.
Developed survey tools for Nepal Ageing Survey, 2013.
Played vital role in making government decide to include ageing issues (gerontology) in the curriculum of secondary level education.
Organized study tour for a senior government official from Bhutan.
Organized study tour for Aberdeen Rotracts.
Published Year Book of Senior Citizens 2014.
Collaborated with GRAVIS, India, for a regional study on Health Status of Older People in Nepal, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
Organized different programmes in partnership with HelpAge International Nepal.
Organized a five-day long Memory Training: Enhancing Memory Power in Old Age in collaboration with Czech Society for Memory Training and Brain Jogging and European, Federation of Older People (EURAG).
Successfully ran the 'ADA for Rights 2013' campaign throughout the month of June with support from HelpAge International Nepal.
Participated in 4th session of UN Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) on Ageing as representative of NGOs working for wellbeing of ageing population in Nepal.
Coordinated with NTV and Radio Nepal to run a regular programme on different concerns of ageing population.
Successfully observed World Alzheimer’s Month with the following achievements:
• 30,000 people reached with the message of World Alzheimer’s Month (WAM) via state print media
• 15,000 people were reached with important information regarding Alzheimer’s disease and other
forms of Dementia,
• 80% of Nepal’s population were reached with the information on WAM through Radio Nepal,
• 50% of Nepal’s population reached with message of WAM through Sagarmatha TV, At least 50% of
Nepal’s population reached with important message regarding Alzheimer's disease and WAM via
Image Channel TV,
• At least 272 young students were oriented on Alzheimer’s disease and WAM,
• At least 357 social workers/community leaders were reached with the message on WAM and
• 30 national poets were oriented on Alzheimer’s disease and WAM,
• 457 health workers/nursing students received special training on Alzheimer/Dementia,
• 4,500 individuals/organizations/institutions across the globe reached with the message on
Alzheimer's and WAM through Voice of Senior Citizens,
• At least 2,000 people were reached with message on Alzheimer’s disease through
• 2,000 individuals/organizations/institutions were reached with valuable information regarding
Alzheimer’s disease and WAM through JyesthaNagarik Magazine.
Observed 23rd International Day of Older Persons with the following achievements:
• Organized an Inter-Generation Tea Party to mark the International Day of Older Persons, 2013,
• A short video on the ongoing struggle of older persons for their Rights was released,
• First anniversary of JyesthaNagarik Magazine,
• Released country Report of World Alzheimer's Month,
• Released slide on Status of Older Persons in Nepal,
• Released Memory Training Manual,
• TV talk shows in two national televisions, namely, Nepal 1 TV and News 24 TV. It is estimated that about
two hundred thousand Nepalese were reached with the message of IDOP 2013 through these TV
• Talk program in four different radio/FM, namely, Sagarmatha Radio, Image News FM, Mero FM and
Community Information Network (CIN) radio. It is estimated that at least 50% of Nepal population were
reached with the message of IDOP 2013 through these radio/FM stations,
Successfully included issues of ageing population in the manifestoes of major political parties participating in the CA election 2013.
Released a video titled “A City Not for Old People”. The video depicts the plight of an elderly in Kathmandu city.
Released a video on the Human Rights of older peopleto mark International Human Rights Day on 10 December, 2013.
Futsal Tournament as a fund raising event was organized by young Non-Residential Nepali group, Nepcity Ballers in Melbourne, Australia. The collected fund was donated to Ageing Nepal.
Inclusion of ageing issues in the curriculum of grade 1, 4 and 5 of the private primary schools in Nepal.
• Chapter titled, “Respect for Elders” has been included in the curriculum of grade1,
• Chapters titled, “Senior Citizens”, “Decent People” and “Grandfather’s Tricks” have been included in the
curriculum of grade 4,
• Chapter titled, “Respecting Aged” has been included in the curriculum of grade 5,
Inclusion of ageing issues in the curriculum of MA (Sociology).