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61Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB)Lalitpur, Nepalcontact@ccwb.gov.npCentral Child Welfare Board (CCWB) is a statutory body created by the Children's Act 2048 BS (1992). It is charged with the overall responsibility to ensure realization of the rights of the children of Nepal by the state collaborating with civil society as well as national and international development organizations. It works towards protection of the children's rights as per the Child Rights Convention (CRC) standard. CCWB has overall responsibility to look after children's issues. +977-01-5010045, +977 01 5010046,+977 01 5339211
62Central Child Welfare BoardHariharbhawan, Patan, Lalitpurcontact@ccwb.gov.npCentral Child Welfare Board works towards protection of the child right as per Child Right Convention standard. It has the overall responsibility to look after children’s Issue. Contact Person: Hari Prasad Dahal 9852050391 Office Hour: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Monday - Friday)+977-5010045, +977-5010046, +977-5539211
63Central Child Welfare Board(CCWB)Kavrepalanchok, Nepalvidyapithj@yahoo.comCentral Child Welfare Board works towards protection of the child right as per Child Right Convention standard. It has the overall responsibility to look after children’s issue.+977 9851131300 ,+977 011-490121
64Center 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
65Collective 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
66Sano Paila (A Little Step)Birgunj, Nepalinfo@sanopaila.org.npCommitted to redefining the development sector, we take a bottom-up approach to inclusive and sustainable community development. Our focus areas span from youth empowerment, drug rehabilitation, to crime prevention and reformation, anti-trafficking and child protection, health improvement, access to education, peacebuilding, livelihood enhancement, and crisis response.977 51 522203
67Dalit NGO Federation (DNF)Jwagal, Patan, 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 5261912
68Department 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
69Dristi NepalHattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@dristinepal.orgDristi Nepal address the women who use drugs, including HIV prevention, and to ensure gender-sensitive services. It provide a range of harm reduction services, peer mentoring and advice.+977 01-4374943
70Ministry of Women, Children and Social WelfareSingha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepalmail@mowcsw.gov.npEmpower women, especially those who are economically poor, socially deprived or otherwise put at a disadvantage. Addresses the overall issues related to women, Plan and Policies. Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Sunday - Friday)+977 01- 4200125 ,+977 01- 4200251,+977 01-4200168, +977-1-4200082, +977-1-4200164, +977-1-4200275
71CWINRavi Bhavan, Kathmandu, Nepalcwin@mos.com.npEstablished 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
72DIDIBAHINISinamangal, 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
73YUWAMaharajgunj, Krishna Dhara Marg, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@yuwa.org.npEstablished in 2009, YUWA is a registered not for profit, purely youth run and led organization working to promote youth participation through empowerment and advocacy. YUWA was born out of a group of committed youths, unofficially working in this sector since 2005. The initial focus was to develop leadership skills of the involved youths, to train as youth activists and to advocate for change, thus resulting into a wide and diverse array of knowledge, skills and experience in this sector. It led to the realization of the seriousness of youth issues and the need to act, which, finally took the shape of YUWA.977 1 4419489, 4418747
74FEDOJwagal, Patan, Nepaldms@fedo.wlink.com.npFEDO is committed to working approaches which recognize and incorporate the rights and needs of Dalit women and that are based on international human rights standards. +977-01-5520982,+977-01- 5543986
75 Fight Violence Against Women and GirlsKumaripati, Lalitpur info@fightvaw.orgFight Violence Against Women and Girls (FightVAWG) is an integrated platform that provides comprehensive solution to combat Violence against Women and Girls in Nepal through strategic use of ICTs. Our solution provides efficient mechanism for reporting cases of violence, enhance coordination and collaboration among service providers to respond on reported cases and provide one-stop-site for data and information on gender-based violence in Nepalese context.+977-1-5008737
76Voluntary Service OverseasSanepa, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Nepal vsonepal@vsoint.orgGender equality and social inclusion. Mainstreaming climate change. Secure livelihoods. Health. Education.+977-01-554 1469
77Her Turn (Hamro Palo)Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@her-turn.orgHamro Palo’s mission is to empower adolescent girls, boys and women and equip them with skills and knowledge that allow them to create their own safe and healthy futures. We do so by delivering culturally sensitive, services that advance adolescents’ health, safety, confidence, and leadership skills.+977 01-4488534
78Handicap InternationalSallaghari Marg, Kathmandu, NepalHandicap International works with people with disabilities, vulnerable groups and a range of organizations in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. Office Hours: 09:00 AM -5:30 PM (Monday - Friday)+977-01-4378482
79Hatemalo Sanchar Kupandole, Lalitpur, Nepal"hatemalosanchar1994@gmail.com / info@hatemalosanchar.org.np "Hatemalo is a non-governmental and non-profit making social organization established in 1994 with the aim of promoting the rights of children in Nepal. This is also a Resource Center for Child Rights Study having long working history of child rights promotion through media mobilization, publication, trainings, research & study and advocacy. We are happy to be online with you through this site where we share and exchange our learning; experiences, achievements and activities and simultaneously we explore areas to increase our cooperation, solidarity and partnership for promoting the rights of children more effectively in Nepal.01-5260966
80Burns 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