Reaching the community even further

3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) staff are able to go out into the community and talk with local people and broadcast it over the airwaves using their portable recording transmitter. This opens many opportunities to connect with the local people and listen to their stories. The photo below is one of the 3ACR staff talking with a local tomato farmer about seasonal farming. This is a wonderful opportunity to share with the rest of Nepal, many of whom are farmers, practical tips and ideas to help with their own crop growing.

With much of Nepal in poverty, sharing best farming practice can help many families transform their gardens and farms to be more efficient, thus growing their income. The aim of the 3ACR team is to incorporate a broad range of helpful information in their broadcasts.

Captivating is the majority private funder of the operating costs of the 3ACR headquarters in Pokhara. In addition, we fund relay costs to multiple districts of Nepal. Thank you to the Velez family, the Shelton family, the Beveridge family, AF Sourcing, and Amrosia for your amazing support that enables the 3ACR team to continue broadcasting and reach further into communities in Nepal.

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The dangers of leaving Nepal to find work

Nowadays, human traffickers are using foreign employment as an avenue to trap the young Nepali boys and girls. Because of Nepal’s low economic status, unemployed Nepalese younger generations are compelled to choose to go for foreign employment services. Seeing the vulnerability of Nepalese people, many employment companies are now being registered. According to government statistics, every day around 1,200 to 1,500 young Nepali people are flying out of Nepal through airports. Some of them are sent by illegal agents or human traffickers.




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Vision Impaired World Changer

Thunder and lightening were everywhere. The storm was one of the biggest I had seen. All of a sudden, a large bolt of lightening hit my mother, killing her instantly and leaving me blind. I was just 3 years old when my whole world changed. My name is Surya.




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Our Radio in Nepal is saving lives

Sakhi [name changed] was a bright, young college student. She was offered a job by one of her friends who is a journalist. They arranged to meet at a local hotel. They were close friends and Sakhi was grateful to have someone who was watching out for her.




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Voice of the Voiceless - Nepal

Mukta wept during the interview as she remembered her husband and family. Her family avoided her, and her husband was always drunk. He shouted at her for not giving birth to a boy. She was almost trafficked by someone who pretended to help her.




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Prevention through Education - Nepal radio station receives top recognition

3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) has just been recognized as one of the top radio stations in Nepal. Being selected by the BBC Media of Nepal as 5th out of the top 10 community based radio stations is a huge honour and shows the amazing work and commitment of the staff as well as the high quality of the daily programs.




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Broadcasting throughout Nepal

Since 2013, 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) has been broadcasting quality programs to the people in Nepal. The programs initially reached 7 small districts around Pokhara. In 2016, they are now reaching 16 districts which is a huge accomplishment.