Social Problems And Solutions

Subject: Social Studies

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Lesson Info

  • Notes 14
  • Videos 51
  • Exercises 109
  • Practice Test 75
  • Skill Level Medium


After complete this lesson, student must be able to:
  • Explain the causes of social problem.
  • List the bad customs present in our society.
  • Explain the causes and effects of corruption.
  • Describe the effects and detection of drug .
  • Write a advantages and disadvantages of refugee in Nepal.
  • Explain the features and works of various  social organizations.
  • Describe about Introduction of Scout. 
  • Describe the contribution of Red Cross society in Nepal.



A refugee is a person who flees to another country. There are more than one lakh refugees in Nepal. There are some problems of refugee such as adulteration, fraud, theft, deforestation, pollution and etc. This note has information about refugee problem. Learn More


Any substance which affects body and mind is called a drug.Regular use of a drug which makes the users dependent on the substance in order that they can't live without it is called drug abuse. This is a note about Drugs effects, cause, solution and so on. Learn More

Roles of Scout in Nepal

The Scout Association is the world's largest social service organization which was founded in England in 1907 A.D. It was founded by Baden Powell who was a British army officer. This note has information on the role of the scout in Nepal.

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Bad Customs of Our Society

A practice or rule of conduct established in a particular community, locality, or trade, by long usage and obligatory on those within its scope having bad effects on it is called bad customs. This note has information about some of the prevailing bad customs of Nepal. Learn More

Some Other International Organizations

Social organizations are non-profitable organizations which have established for the welfare of the society that provides required services at free cost to solve financial, political and social problems. This note has information about the role of some social organizations to eradicate the social problems.

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Roles played by International Organizations in Solving Social Problems

The Red Cross Society is an international organization that was established on 26th October 1863 A.D. in Geneva, Switzerland. A famous Swiss baker named Jean Henry Dunant founded it. This note has information about the contribution of Red Cross and SOS in Nepal.

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Social Evils

All those social practices, for example, customs, traditions, festivals, norms and values which affect particular gender, caste, elders are called social evils. For example child marriage, ghumto pratha, chhaupadi pratha and etc. This note has information about social evils that are prevailing in our society. Learn More

Girls Trafficking and Prostitution

Girl's trafficking is a social crime in which girls are attracted to job, employment opportunity, social dignity and of bright future and are sold in a brothel for the purpose of the sex trade. This note has information about girls trafficking and prostitution along with its causes, prevention and rescue. Learn More


Corruption is defined as dishonesty, immoral and illegal behavior by people in positions of authority or power making money in a dishonest way. It is a serious social problem that Nepalese are facing. This note has information about corruption as a major social problem in a country with its effects. Learn More

Refugee Problem

Refugees are persons who have escaped from their own country and take shelter in another country because of war or other reasons. This note has information about refugee problem and their solutions. Learn More

Drug Abuse

A drug is a substance that some people smoke or inject into their blood because of their stimulating or pleasurable effects. Those who take drugs habitually are called drug addicts. Taking drugs as intoxicants is called drug abuse. This note has information about drug abuse, effects of drugs and its possible preventions. Learn More

Human Trafficking as a Social Evil

  • Human trafficking is any buying and selling of humans with the motive of labor work, prostitution, or any illegal organ trafficking.
  • Mostly women who have been subjected to discrimination, social pressure, abuse, etc. and children as well as people looking for foreign employment, people affected by child marriage, polygamy, rape, abuse, etc. are the main people who are subject for human trafficking.

  • Sexual harassment, labor exploitation, etc. are the main reasons for women trafficking.
  • In the past, Nepalese women were only trafficked to India, but these days traffickers have extended theor nets into Chine, Korea, Gulf countries, and South-Asian countries too.
  • The sale and purchase of any child with or without their parental consent is a criminal offence.
  • The society and parents, and other responsible people need to keep alert and be aware of the trafficking.
  • The buying and selling is major illegal part of the trade, and it is estimated that about 42 percent of human organs replaced are illegally obtained.
  • Along with this, Liver, Eye Cornea, Lungs, Hearts, etc. transplants have been increasing rapidly.
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Domestic Violence and Untouchability

Domestic Violence and Untouchability are obstacles on the way of development and peace and order. Domestic Violence is the violence that happens in family members because of their behaviors, speaking tones, duties, rights, reach, etc. of one member to the other. This can result in negative behavior, beatings, pressure, etc. Untouchability is when untouchables are prohibited from touching the touchable, their food, drink, entering, their houses, temples and drawing water from the wells, etc. Educated persons are against this narrow-mindedness and defective outlook. Young generation must bridge the gap between the high castes and low castes. We are all honorable members of the society.

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Recognizing Social Problems and Skill to Solve Social Problem

  • Say no to smoking.
  • Teach the bad consequences of it.
  • Say no to the offer.
  • Lead a happy and healthy life.
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