“This was my first training on digital literacy where I got chance to explore digital platforms. I admit here that I was not using my phone, internet properly, I haven’t created email, surf to LGU website. Now, I created my own email Id from where I can communicate officially, I was not aware about cyber law and other safety protocols now I became more conscious about it. This training is going to help me in my daily routine, make my work easier. The training is important to elected representatives so they can communicate easily with community and other stakeholders.”  Dipa Shrestha, Ward Elected Representative/Member of Judicial Committee, Dipayalsilgadi LGU, Doti


The two days digital literacy training were organized in all six project LGUs of Doti and Kailali district that sensitized 154 participants (Dalits: 59 Janjati: 34, BCT:61) of which 113 were women and 41 were men. The participants were sensitized on the importance and uses of digital platforms to enhance their skills to access information from digital platforms for the promotion of e-governance and leadership development.

As a result of two days training, for the first-time 86 participants created their Gmail accounts, similarly 109 participants are now connected with social media. Those who have opened their Gmail can also compose and send emails. The two-days digital literacy training was divided into five sessions that includes; understanding digital literacy, areas and available tools of digital platforms, status on the access of digital platforms from gender perspective, Right to Information (RTI) and its practices/approaches to promote e-governance, creating Gmail Id and Facebook ID, surfing Google to search different information and websites, visiting LGUs websites and other apps like; nagarik apps, banking apps.


Digital Literacy Training in Kailari LGU of Kailali district

Given graph present participants constituencies in the trainings.

DPOs: Disabled People Organizations, EWRs: Elected Women Representatives, EMRs: Elected Male Representatives,

Find video of digital literacy training in three LGUs of Doti below: