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121International Labour Organization (ILO)Dhobighat, Patan, Nepalkathmandu@ilo.org Promote labor standards and capacity building and decent and productive employment opportunities for men and women. Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday)+977-01-5555777,+977-01- 5550691
122Restless DevelopmentJwagal, Patan, Nepalinfonepal@restlessdevelopment.orgRestless Development Works to promote safe sexual and reproductive practices among young people, help them to take up productive livelihoods and employment, ensure that young people are significant contributors to development process. Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-5548192
123Saathi Dhobighat, 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
124Safer World Jhamsikhel Road, Patan, NepalSafer World works on promoting cooperative approaches to community safety, understanding the relationship between gender, peace and security, and supporting key actors in making the security and justice sector more gender-responsive and conflict-sensitive. Office Hours: 9:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-5013594, +977-01-552 2491
125Samida 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
126Save 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
127Swizz Agency for Development CooperationEkantakuna, Patan, Nepalkathmandu@sdc.netSDC has contributed to the formulation of the key development policies and has fostered decentralization at district and local level, focusing on democratic development. SDC has contributed to the formulation of the key development policies and has fostered decentralization at district and local level, focusing on democratic development and participation. SDC and its partners (in particular Helvetas) have strong technical, institutional and social competencies in areas that are key to poverty reduction including rural infrastructure, forest and soil fertility management as well as occupational skills / vocational training. Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-5524927
128The Asia Foundation Bhatbhateni, Kathmandu nepal.general@asiafoundation.org Seeks to identify change agents, build constituencies for reform around key issues affecting women’s status, and promote internal efforts to identify and solve problems+977 01 4443316, +977 01 4418345
129Shakti 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
130Sakriya Sewa SamajKupondole, Patan, Nepalsakriya@sakriya.org.npSSS has been working in 5 districts named Arghakhnachi, Palpa, Shyanja, Rupandehi and Kapilbastu focusing the issue relating to HIV prevention, care, support and treatment. Office Hours: 10:00 AM -5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977-01-4335165, +977-01-4334916
131United Nations Population FundUNFPA Nepal, Lalitpur, Nepalregistry-np@unfpa.org, nepal.office@unfpa.orgSupports the health sector programme, enhanced the national response to gender based violence, support sub-national capacity for planning and managing population, gender and reproductive health programmes. Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Monday - Friday)+977-01-423-4260
132Planète Enfants & DéveloppementChakupat 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
133Creative 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
134Department of Women and ChildrenBara, Nepalwcobara@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.+977 053 550253, +977 9841268665, +977 9844049500
135Department of Women and ChildrenKathmandu, Nepalwcokathmandu@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 01 4437914, +977 9851009496, +977 9852681224
136Federation of Business and Professional Women NepalRamechhap, Nepalefbf_rbpw@yahoo.com shresthaghana37@gmail.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
137Federation of Business and Professional Women Nepal PatanPatan, Lalitpur, Nepalbpwpatan@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.+977 9841769758, +977 01-5522996
138Federation of Business and Professional Women NepalKalanki, Kathmandu, Nepalkhndyes@gmail.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: Shanti Shakya 9808801708 +977 9808801708
139Federation of Business and Professional Women NepalThimi, Bhaktapur, Nepalsubarna.prajapati@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.+977 9841393900 ,+977 01-6630306
140Federation of Business and Professional Women Nepal (FBPWN)Kirtipur, Nepalsabitamaharjan66@gmail.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: Sabita Maharjan 9841649035 +977 9841649035