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“SSMK is an integral part of my life and it will always to remain that way.
My most memorable moment with SSMK is when I played the mother of a HIV positive person in a drama which was very heart touching and emotional.
It also found evidence of a lack of support for birth parents about the legal effects of relinquishing their child for adoption and no procedures in place for the finding of a permanent family in Nepal for the child.
The specific areas of concern included: Such practices are contrary to the principles of the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption (‘the Hague Convention’) and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The study also found a woman will assess whether her potential suitor is a gentleman, if he'll stick around after things progress to the bedroom and whether he will make her feel comfortable about her body.
We also knew that just by listening and sharing our own experiences, we could let listeners know they are not alone”.
The idea of a radio program that not only spoke, but also listened, was very new in Nepal.
Over the last 15 years, almost 800 episodes of SSMK have been aired and while the original team graduated, new friends have joined and the lively format has stayed largely unchanged.
Even the theme music is still the same score that was originally composed for that very first episode.
Although adoptions from Nepal are open, the UK government has placed a ban on adoptions from this country The Order was made in response to evidence in a report published by the Hague Bureau in February 2010 following their Technical Assistance mission to Nepal.