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161Nepal Police, SarlahiSarlahi, NP+977-9854075555, +977 9851280133,+977-046-520714,+977 046-520099
162Nepal Police, MahotariMahottari, Nepal+977-9854085555,+977 9851033405,+977 044 522151,+977 9854030099
163Nepal Police, ChitwanChitwan, Nepal+977-9855015555, +977-9851280358,+977 056 520155, +977 9855090133
164District Police Office, Kathmandu Kathmandu, Nepal01-4261360
165Samida Women Development Forum (SWDF)Baluwatar, Kathmandu, Nepalsamidawomen@gmail.comSamida Women Development Forum, Single and Domestic Violence Group also known as SWDF was established in 2011. It is a Non-Governmental Organization for women of all ages and marital status in Nepal. It is dedicated to create an active network of single mothers that face abuse (physical/sexual/mental/emotional) from family members across national, regional and international levels. SWDF vision is the creation of an equal society for “single women”, which are strengthened and empowered without fear of abuse. SWDF defines “single women” as Widows and Divorcees. SWDF actively works to address the rights of these women in Nepal by working exclusively with and for single women. In Nepal, being a ‘Widow’ or ‘Divorced’ is viewed with an unhealthy disdain, i.e. they are humiliated, leading to misery and depression in these women.01-4417973
166Kingdom Investment NepalBiratnagar, NepalKinepal.manu@gmail.comKI Nepal helps to transform the lives of trafficked women and their communities physically and spiritually, through rescue, counseling, capacity building, empowerment and reintegration. Contact Person: Kishna Dhital 9748052797 Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) 021-435161, +977 9807353140
167Kingdom Investment NepalBirgunj, Parsa, NepalKI Nepal helps to transform the lives of trafficked women and their communities physically and spiritually, through rescue, counseling, capacity building, empowerment and reintegration. Contact Person: Shovam Kumari Shahi 9844870229 Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) 051-526897, +977 9806840896
168Kingdom 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
169UN WomenUN House, Pulchowk, Lalitpur, Nepalrchco.nepal@one.un.orgWorks on women empowerment. Elimination of discrimination against women and girls. Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday - Friday)14255110
170Hatemalo 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.15547812
171Blue Diamond SocietyParsa, 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: Sandhya Lama Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)16600120140
172Maiti 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
173Maiti 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
174Save the ChildrenAirport, Kathmandu, Bagmati, shambhumarg, NPpost.nepal@savethechildren.orgSave the Children has worked in Nepal since 1976 and have extensive programs throughout the country. Nepal boasts eight of the world's 10 highest mountains, including Mount Everest, yet it also has the flat river plain of the Ganges on its southern border with India. Poverty and a decade of violent political instability have taken a toll on the Nepalese people. Most families live in remote rural areas on the plains and others living in scattered settlements in the hills and mountains. Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday - Friday)4465402
175DIDIBAHINISinamangal, 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
176Jagaran 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
177Collective 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
178Action Aid NepalLazimpat, Kathmandu,apasra marg- 80 , Rani Devi Marg 44600, Kathmandu, Nepalmail.nepal@actionaid.orgThey seek to empower women by attending to their basic human needs, building or consolidating their coalitions, and fighting patriarchy on one hand, and equally engaged with government.977 01 4002177,+977 01 4002172,+977 9851121986
179AawaajBudanilkantha Municipality-12, Kapan, Kathmanduktm@aawaaj.org.npThey develop community care and support mechanisms; facilitate coordination between different stakeholders; GBV cases are brought to Aawaaj; provide support for recovery throughout.977 01 4811001
180YUWAMaharajgunj, 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