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41Blue Diamond SocietySallaGhari, Bhaktapur, Nepalbluediamondsociety.movement@gmail.comBlue Diamond Society’s key activities include health promotion for sexual minorities psycho-social counseling raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, promoting human rights and sexual health. Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)9823251544
42Blue Diamond SocietyDhanusa,Ramananda , Nepalbluediamondsociety.movement@gmail.comBlue Diamond Society’s key activities include health promotion for sexual minorities psycho-social counseling raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, promoting human rights and sexual health. Contact Person: Santosh Kumar Thakur Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977 041-527290
43Blue Diamond SocietyBeldangi Road, Damak, Jhapa, Nepalleadnepaljhapa@gmail.comBlue Diamond Society’s key activities include health promotion for sexual minorities psycho-social counseling raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, promoting human rights and sexual health. Contact Person: Chanchala Limbu - 9804361104 Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977-023-584635, +977 9804361104, +977-9804941130
44Blue Diamond SocietyDhanusa, Janakpur, Nepalbdsjanakpur@gmail.comBlue Diamond Society’s key activities include health promotion for sexual minorities psycho-social counseling raising awareness of HIV/AIDS, promoting human rights and sexual health. Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977 041-527290
45Burns Violence Survivors Nepal (BVS-Nepal)Dhobighat, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Nepalburnsurvivorsnepal@gmail.comHelps and supports survivors of burns, resulting from accidents, or violence, such as attempted homicide attacks, normally using kerosene or acid and cases of self immolation and attempted suicide, often stemming from domestic violence. +977 01 5555689
46Care NepalDhobighat, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal npl.carenepal@care.orgCARE has been working in Nepal since 1978. Its initial focus was on addressing the basic needs of the poor and vulnerable communities through infrastructure development, agriculture extension activities and natural resource management. This focus changed in the 1990s with the introduction of a more diversified portfolio and a community-based ‘human infrastructure development’ approach. Since 2000, CARE Nepal has been working in partnership with local NGOs, networks, federations and community groups to address the underlying causes of poverty, conflict and vulnerability through promotion of gender and social inclusion, a rights-based approach and social mobilization.+977 01 5522143
47Center For Legal Research and Resource Development Lakhechaur Marg,New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@celrrd.org, celrrd@wlink.com.npCenter for Legal Research and Resource Development, CeLRRd has been consistently and rigorously working to foster the situation of rule of law, access to justice, democratization, good governance, and human rights. CeLRRd aims to achieve its objectives through research, resource development, community mobilization, building legal awareness and conducting legal aid activities.+977 01 4483706, +977 01 2042268, +977-01-5245030
48Center for Mental Health CounsellingJitjung Marg, Thapathali, Kathmandu, Nepalcmcnepal@mos.com.np, info@cmcnepal.org.npCentre for Mental Health and Counselling provides mental health and psychosocial counselling services and imparts training for developing human resource in mental Contact Person: Pawan KC 9841672307 Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-4102037,+977-01-4226041, +977 9841672307
49Centre for Victims of Torture Nepal (CVICT)Bansbari, Kathmandu, Nepal cvict@cvict.org.npAdvocacy, legal aid, rehabilitation, fact finding, awareness program, training, prevention for people suffering from torture and other forms of violence. Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-4373900, +977-01- 4373902
50Children-Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH)Children & Women in Social Service & Human Rights, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@cwish.org.npPromote Human rights and provide equal oppourtunity and social justice to women, children and youth. It is working to improve quality education in schools, eliminate worst form of child labour, child sexual abuse and violence against children. CWISH is the pioneer organization to advocate against worst form of child labor in domestic service in Nepal. Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Sunday - Friday) +977-01-4784545,+977-01- 4780446
51Collective Campaign for Peace (COCAP)Anamnagar, Kathmandu, Nepal info@cocap.org.npCollective Campaign for Peace (COCAP) is a national network of 43 peace and human rights non-governmental organizations from 29 different districts of Nepal. It started as a loose, informal forum in June 2001 and was registered with the government of Nepal as a non-profit, non-political network in December 2002. It aims to provide a common space for its members, volunteers and friends to collectively engage in the pursuit for peace, human rights and justice in Nepal. It organizes national/regional level campaigns and conferences on the issues of peace and human rights in coordination with its member organizations and other like-minded organizations. COCAP has a large number of volunteers who actively involve themselves in the various aspects of its works.977 – 1 – 4265143 / 4260498
52Creative Hands of Deaf Women Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Nepalcreativedeafwomen@gmail.comThe CHDW is to help protect and promote the deaf women’s linguistic rights in Nepal. Many people are living a pitiable life due to deafness and impaired hearing. We teach them sign language and give them training in different skills so that they can engage in some income generating activities and become self dependent. That’s the main thing our entire efforts and enterprise are focused upon. Contact Person:Parita Singh 9841638500 Office hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Sunday - Friday)+977 9841638500
53CWINRavi Bhavan, Kathmandu, Nepalcwin@mos.com.np sumnima.cwin@gmail.comEstablished in 1987, Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) is a pioneer organisation in Nepal for the rights of the child and against child labour exploitation.+977 -01- 4282255, +977- 01- 4278064
54Dalit NGO Federation (DNF)Dalit NGO Federatioon (DNF), Lalitpur, Nepaldnf@dnfnepal.orgDalit NGO Federation (DNF), established in 1996, is an umbrella organization of all Dalit NGOs in the country. The main aim of DNF is fighting together against untouchability and all forms of caste-based discrimination. It is a common forum for raising collective voices of Dalit community to ensure their rights, dignity and opportunity through policy influencing, networking and alliance building.977 1 5527559
55Department for International DevelopmentBritish Embassy, Lainchour Marg, Lainchaur, Kathmandu, Nepalnepal-enquiries@dfid.gov.ukDepartment for International Development works on service delivery, governance, disaster response, climate change and health. Office Hours: 8:15- 5:00 (Mon- Thurs) 8:15- 1:15 (Fri)+977 1 5542980, +977 1 5000179
56Department of Women and ChildrenBara, Nepalwcobara@gmail.comThe Department is the implementing wing of the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare of Government of Nepal. Its mandate is to empower women, especially those who are economically poor, socially discriminated or otherwise put at a disadvantage. It is also tasked with advancing child rights and mainstreaming gender concerns in decentralized planning and review.+977 053 550253, +977 9841268665, +977 9844049500
57Department of Women and ChildrenKathmandu, Nepalwcokathmandu@gmail.comThe Department is the implementing wing of the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare of Government of Nepal. Its mandate is to empower women, especially those who are economically poor, socially discriminated or otherwise put at a disadvantage. It is also tasked with advancing child rights and mainstreaming gender concerns in decentralized planning and review.+977 01 4437914, +977 9851009496, +977 9852681224
58DIDIBAHINISinamangal, Tara Marg 9, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@didibahini.org, didibahini@wlink.com.npEstablished in 1992, DidiBahini has been a crucial player in gender and development field at grassroots level, NGOs, INGOs and government agencies. Partnership is crucial to DidiBahini and it ensures that potential partners share its vision of gender equality. DidiBahini background provides detailed information regarding its work on different aspects that affect women empowerment. Its publications: Issues in Literacy and Women's Education in Nepal focused on women and girl's education issues in the country.977 - 1 - 4482653
59District Police Office ArghakhachiArghakhanchi, Nepal+977 9857005555
60District Police Office BhaktapurBhaktapur, Nepalbhaktapurpolice@nepalpolice.gov.np+977-9851217777,6614821