Husband and Wife Reunites

The 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) team has played a significant role in solving women’s issues relating to domestic violence. Ramita told us that she was abused by her husband and family members. She belongs to the lower caste in Nepal. Now, she was disconnected from her husband after he went abroad. She was invited to one of our most popular programs ‘Nepali Cheli’ to share her story.

One of her husband’s friends in Qatar heard the program and shared all the stories that Ramita shared on the radio program. 3ACR also connected her with our advocate and local police to solve her issue.

When her husband found out that she still loved him, even after five years of abandonment, he could no longer resist not calling her. Ramita informed us that her husband has returned to Nepal and they have started to live together again.

Since the global pandemic began in 2020, this radio station has been a beacon of hope, broadcasting to those who have lost jobs, been cut off from their families, and left wondering what will happen next. It has not only been a way to communicate much needed hope and important information but it is also a place where people can ring to ask for help with emergency food relief, legal advice, and counselling.


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The Voices of Children

Sixteen children were interviewed in the 3 Angels Nepal Community Radio's “Children’s Garden Program”. This radio program has been popular among students for learning, entertaining, and getting the latest news and information on a range of relevant topics.




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Community Helps Family with a Newborn Baby

While Janani (not her real name) delivered her baby at the public hospital, she was found to be infected with COVID-19. She was then kept in isolation while her husband was unable to see her and their newborn for two weeks. Due to the medical expenses, all their family's savings were depleted.




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Serving the Needy throughout the Pandemic

Throughout this pandemic, 3ACR has been an evolving resource for the needy.




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Reliable Help in Times of Need

Throughout the Nepal lockdown, 3 Angels Community Radio has been continuously helping communities through informative radio programming as well as distribution of basic necessities such as food and clothing.




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More than 300 Women and Children Reached

As many people have lost their jobs, a lot have been suffering from mental issues, a number of families are not able to put food on their plates, and the risk of trafficking is continuously increasing. Out of desperate need, some may be resorting to selling sexually explicit materials online, while some may be easily lured to crossing the borders illegally in search of foreign employment. Our partner, 3 Angels Nepal, turned to communities, reaching them one by one and conducting awareness programs so that women and children remain informed.




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Helping the Helpless during the Pandemic

One of the key objectives of the 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) is to inform the public and raise awareness on relevant issues, particularly human trafficking. This holds true even when the COVID-19 pandemic struck the country. During the pandemic crisis, they were able to relay reliable information from the World Health Organization while maintaining most of their regular programming. One of the staff shares what else the team have been able to do during this crisis.