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81Central Child Welfare BoardHariharbhawan, Patan, 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
82Creative 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
83CWINRavi Bhavan, Kathmandu, 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
84District Police Office BhaktapurBhaktapur,,+977- 01 -6614437
85Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB)Siraha, Nepaldcwb.siraha@gmail.comWorks towards protection of the children's rights as per child right convention standard. Overall responsibility to look after children's issue. Contact Person: Krishna Prasad Dangol 9842827322 Office Hours: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM (Monday - Friday)+977 9842827322
86Women for human rightsLatikoili Road 17, Birendranagar, Surkhet, Nepaldila.acharya32@gmail.comlegal 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)+977 083 524607, +977 9848037132
87FEDOKupondole, Lalitpur, 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
88Dalit NGO Federation (DNF)Chakupat, 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 5527559
89Department of Women and ChildrenShree Mahal, Pulchowk, Lalitpur,, 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 1 5547013, +977 1 5526779
90Women for human rightsSaraswati Marg, Dharan, 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 +977 025 532223 , +977 9842055032
91Federation of Business and Professional Women NepalRamechhap, Nepalefbf_rbpw@yahoo.comThe federation of Business and Professional Women Nepal (FBPWN) is a pioneer Social Professional Organization. Since its inception as the Business and Professional Women's Club in 1975, it has served as a forum to articulate the interests and problems of women in Nepal; particularly those related to working women. Through its polytechnic and job oriented training, it offers women the opportunity to develop their professional, social and intellectual skills and increase their value in the work force. It also works towards creating institutional linkage among organizations concerned with the professional development of women. FBPWN has been affiliated with the International Federation of Business and Professional Women (IFBPW) since 1985, and was reregistered with His Majesty's Government as FBPWN in 1991. Contact Person: Ghana Shrestha 9744034372 +977 048-540008, +977 400089, +977 9744034372
92Planète 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
93OxfamJawalakhel, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, to reduce poverty in Nepal and improve the well-being of vulnerable people by strengthening their participation in development and governance processes, and pushing for economic, social, institutional, and policy change.+977-01-5542881, +977-01-5530574
94Forward Looking NepalNursery Road 31, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepalforwardlookingnepal@gmail.comIt focuses on empowerment/capacity building of disabled, single women, low caste, indigenous and marginalized through formal education and providing different skill based training.+977 01-4441101, +977 984-1376905
95Friends HetaudaHetauda, kamaldada, Nepalfriendshetauda2015@gmai.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: Suraj Lama - 9845243572 Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977 057-526389,+977 9845243572
96Women's Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) NepalBalkumari, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepalics@worecnepal.orgIt works to prevent violence against women, its causes and consequences, and to ensure economic, social and cultural well-being of women as well as other marginalize .+977-01-5186073 , +977-01-5186374
97Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) NepalSanepa, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan Cityinfo@adranepal.orgWork with people in poverty and distress to create positive change and justice through empowering partnership and responsible action.It simply helps people in need, especially those most vulnerable such as women, children, and the elderly.It has an expanded portfolio of five focused areas namely; Reproductive Health, Economic Development, Education, Emergency Management and Good Governance. Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-5555913, +977-01-5555914 , +977-01-5554251
98Ama foundationBisankhunarayan, Lalitpur info@ama-foundation.orgIt is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the most underprivileged children of Nepal with a loving home, education, and to live healthy and secure lives within their community.+977-1-517-4096
99Bishwas NepalNew Road, Tebahal(Sankata temple area)Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@biswasnepal.orgAdvocates against injustice exploitation and violence faced by the women restaurant workers and works towards ensuring their basic rights, minimum wage, contracts and employment 4471749
100Center For Legal Research and Resource Development Lakhechaur Marg,New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@celrrd.orgCenter 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