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Frequently Asked Questions


1. MeroReport?

In Nepali 'Mero' means 'My' and 'report' is 'report'. It’s the term 'My Report'. This is a platform bringing bloggers and citizen journalists together. It’s a forum for contributing, gaining and exchanging news and views to the millions of audiences.


2. Who can contribute in MeroReport?

Citizen Journalists and Bloggers can contribute in MeroReport. People like you can write up and share news and views on events on your surroundings or local issues. Members from diverse community of media practitioners, business owners, college students, technical and non-technical professionals, and more can contribute in this forum.


3. Who decides content of MeroReport ?

You decide. What you write, that comes in MeroReport as 'My Report'. You are free to post your views and news in MeroReport. Please refer to our Terms of Use before you start publishing.


4. Who is operating MeroReport ?

Equal Access, an organization working on 'communication for development' is operating MeroReport. We have another sister online community MediaManch(Media Forum) for media professionals and practitioners.


5. I don't want to post content, can I do anything else?

If you don't want to post your content, you can comment on articles. Beyond this, you can make new friends and connect to likeminded people. To make this platform pure, you can help us by reporting the inappropriate post or comments.


6. Is my post or comment moderated?

Usually, your post or comments aren't moderated. If your post or comment has huge shortcoming in language, then it would be moderated. In case, posts breach our policies, then it will be unpublished and the user can be permanently disabled.


7. What is the standard site language?


8. How to Contact MeroReport?

By mail: 

Equal Access, Nepal

Post Box: 118

Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur


By phone: 

977-1-5013563 ext. 215

Direct line: 977-1-xxxxxxx

By email (Gtalk): contact@meroreport.net



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