Karnali people have little access to proper health care welfare. Majority of the people live on farming and half of the year they travel to India to earn money for salt and clothes. Help Nepal Foundation has been working on women health and gender equality in Karnali region. Collective action is our shared responsibility, driving a gender-balanced world. To do this, we need to be able to gender balance the workspace: to design, plan and implement innovative solutions that address the emergent and intractable women’s health problems on a global scale. Change should be based in the principles of integrated innovation, multi sector collaboration, responsive design and rigorous evaluation of what is effective in the local context. Not only in maternal health, but women’s health in the broadest sense. We want to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women in all sectors.