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101Children-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
102DIDIBAHINISinamangal, 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
103 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
104Gay Lesbian Sexual Minority Network NepalJorpati, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@gln.org.npIt works to protect gay and lesbian from sexually contagious disease like HIV/AIDS and to provide care and medical aids to the inflicted ones+977 9841780256,+977 9808308350
105Her 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
106Jagaran Media Center (JMC) Anamnagar, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@jagaranmedia.org.np>Jagaran Media Center (JMC) is a non-governmental organization established in 2000 by journalists from the Dalit community in Nepal. The Organization advocates eliminating caste-based discrimination, promoting a more equitable, inclusive and accountable democracy, promoting environmental justice and sustainable disaster risk reduction through media mobilization. Jagaran Media Center (JMC) is registered at District Administration Office (DAO), kathmandu on 8/12/2057 ( 21st March, 2001). The Registration Number is 813/057/058 (DAO-Kathmandu) and is affiliated with Social Welfare Council (Affiliation Number 13180). It is also registered with the Inland Revenue Department with PAN number 302016077. 977 -1-5172697 / 5172651
107Jagaran NepalJagaran Media Center, Gautam Buddha Marg, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@jagarannepal.orgJagaran Nepal is a nongovernmental organization which believes in empowering women and marginalized communities for their increased participation in decision making process .+977-015172646, +977 -1-5172697 / 5172651
108Kingdom Investment NepalJawalakhel, Patan, Nepalinfo@kinepal.orgKI Nepal helps to transform the lives of trafficked women and their communities physically and spiritually, through rescue, counseling, capacity building, empowerment and reintegration. 1-5533378, 977-01–5542539
109KOSHISHBagdol Road, Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, Nepalinfo@koshishnepal.orgKoshish is a nongovernmental organization registered in the District of Kathmandu, with the approval of Nepal Social Welfare Council in 2008. The KOSHISH self help organization evolved from the commitment of a person with mental distress/psychosocial disability as recognized the need for improved systems and reduced stigma in Nepal. The word "KOSHISH" means "making an effort" in Nepali and this organization is making an effort to mainstreaming mental health into primary health care and psychosocial disability in disability momentum. Office Hours: 9:00 to 5:00(Monday to Friday+977 01-5190103
110Maiti NepalPingalasthan, Kathmandu, 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.+977-1-4494816, +977-1-4492904
111Maiti NepalTatopani Bazar, Araniko Highway, Kodari, 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.+977 9741089676
112Maiti 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
113Maiti NepalHetauda, Makwanpur, 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
114Women and Children Service Directorate(Women Cell)Kalimati, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@nepalpolice.gov.npWomen and children are considered vulnerable and are provided special protection and treatment through various international charters and conventions. Nepal as a signatory country of the UN Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) and Convention on Rights of Child (CRC) is legally obliged to provide protection and fair treatment to women and children, whether offender or victim. The Women and Children Service Directorate (WCSD) is tasked especially to deal with the matters related to women and children.+977 01 4286969
115Sano 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
116The Story KitchenMaitri Marg, Patan, Bagmati, Nepalinfo@thestorykitchen.org, thestorykitchen@gmail.com"Assist public and community institutions in designing communication strategy, interactive media tools and approach for better reach to the grassroots women. Help support women to understand that her stories are shareable."+977 01 5010979
117Utkarsha NepalDillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepalinfo@utkarshanepal.orgUtkarsha Nepal is a non-government organization (NGO) based in Kathmandu, established on the premise of the Awareness Campaign Against Molestation (ACAM) in 2013. We work towards educating and raising awareness about issues related to sexual violence. 9810294525
118Women Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) NepalTripureswor, Dhading, Nepalinfo@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 9851120544
119Women Rehabilitation Center (WOREC) NepalDhunche Sadak 5, Dhunche, Rasuwa, Nepalinfo@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 9849734203
120YUWAMaharajgunj, 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