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41Children-Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH)Buddhanagar, Kathmandu,Triratnamarga 89/11, 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
42Planète EnfantsChakupat 10 – Laltipur, Nepaleloise.jha@pe-nepal.orgThe association has specialized in the struggle against the trafficking of children. It has acquired an expertise in the domain in Nepal and developed practical tools for the protection, prevention, and reintegration of victims.+ 977-01-5260428
43Shakti SamuhaChautara, Sindhupalchok, Nepalsindhupalchowk.shaktisamuha@gmail.comShakti Samuha have been organizing and empowering returning trafficking survivors by providing shelter, legal aid, vocational training and counseling. Contact Person: Kabita Shrestha 9841989772 Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977 9841989772
44Maiti NepalChisapani, Central Development Region, Nepalinfo@maitinepal.orgMaiti Nepal works to protect Nepali girls and women from crimes like domestic violence, trafficking for flesh trade, child prostitution, child labor and various forms of exploitation and torture.16600199999
45Blue Diamond SocietyChitwan, 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: Dev Narayan Shrestha 9845023849 Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977 9845023849
46Department of Women and ChildrenChitwan, Nepalwcochitwan@yahoo.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.+977 056 522416,+977 9840058883, +977 9848826726
47Nepal Police, ChitwanChitwan, Nepal+977-9855015555, +977-9851280358,+977 056 520155, +977 9855090133
48Shakti SamuhaChuchchepati, Kathmandu, Nepalshaktisamuha.nepal@gmail.comShakti Samuha have been organizing and empowering returning trafficking survivors by providing shelter, legal aid, vocational training and counseling. Contact Person: Ms. Sunita Danuwar, Chairperson Ms. Charimaya Tamang, Program Co-ordinator Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday)+977-01-4478117, +977-01-4481380
49District Police Office TanahuDamauli,Byas,Gandaki, NP+977 9856090178,+977 065-560199
50Department of Women and ChildrenDhading, Nepalwdo.dhading@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.+977 010 520138, +977 9841444118
51Nepal Police, DhadingDhading, Nepal+977 9851245555,+977 9851280977,+977 010 520199
52Women for human rightsDhangadhi, Kailali, Nepalmail@whr.org.nplegal counselling,awareness on gender discrimination,knowledge sharing on GBV and government plan and policies to eradicate them and empowering them through different skill based training. 9-5(Sun-Fri)+977 091 523677, +977 9848544202
53Blue Diamond SocietyDhanusa, Janakpur, 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)+977 041-527290
54Nepal Police, DhanusaDhanusa, Nepal+977 9854005555, +977 9851280166,+977 041 520099, +977 9854026090
55Blue 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
56Department of Women and ChildrenDhanusadham, Dhanusa, Nepalwcodhanusha@gmai.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 9854030038,+977 041 521005
57Asha NepalDhapasi-09, Kathmandu, Nepalsmriti@asha-nepal.org It is a human rights organization which works with young women and children in Nepal who have suffered from trafficking, physical and sexual abuse, gender and caste discrimination. 977-1-4370160
58Burns 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
59Care NepalDhobighat, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepalcarenepal@np.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 5522800
60Saathi NepalDhobighat, Patan, Nepalsaathi.ktm@gmail.comSaathi was established to address contemporary challenges being faced by Nepali women. In keeping with this agenda, Saathi identified Violence Against Women (VAW) and Children (C) as an area ...+977-01-5537103,+977-01-5537104