The mobile app, Khulduli (curiosity), aims at promoting sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights of adolescents in Nepal by empowering them with the right information about their bodies and helping them adopt a healthy lifestyle. It is developed by the National Health Education, Information and Communication Center (NHEICC) under the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), German Development Cooperation (GIZ) and USAID’s Health for Life Project. The app is based on UNFPA’s global innovative mobile solution, known as Youth.Connect.
The app contains mainly six sections— health information, menstruation calendar, quiz,
myths and facts, helpline and clinic finder. From information about what adolescents can
expect during puberty as a boy/girl, pregnancy, STIs etc to dispelling wide held myths, the
app helps young people increase their access to sexual and reproductive health
information, education and services.