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21Asian Development BankMetro Park Building, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepaladbnrm@adb.orgJapan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) Project -- establish a network of Women and Children Service Centers (WCSC) to provide an environment that encourages women to report gender-based violence. Office Hours: 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM (Monday - Friday) +977 -01-4005120
22Nepal Red Cross SocietyKalimati, Kathmandu, Nepalnrcs@nrcs.orgHumanitarian organization which provides immediate relief to human suffering and reduce vulnerability through community participation and volunteer mobilization. Office Hours: 9:00 - 5:00 (Monday - Friday)+977 01 4272761
23Women and Children Service Directorate(Women Cell)Kalimati, Kathmandu, 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
24ADWANShree Kumari Marg, Baluwatar, Kathmanduadwannepal@gmail.comIt is a human rights organization for so-called low-caste or Dalit women and their children; To bring lasting change and prosperity among Dalit and marginalized women and children.+977 01 4417165
25Department 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
26The Asia Foundation Bhatbhateni, Kathmandu 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
27Women for human rightsHattigauda, Budhanilkantha, counselling,awareness on gender discrimination,knowledge sharing on Gender Based Violence and government plan and policies to eradicate them and empowering them through different skill based training. office hour 9-5(Sun-Fri)+977 01 4446020 ,+977 9841192058
28Center For Legal Research and Resource Development Lakhechaur Marg,New Baneshwor, Kathmandu,, 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
29The Story KitchenMaitri Marg, Patan, Bagmati,,"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
30Care NepalDhobighat, Patan, Kathmandu, Nepal npl.carenepal@care.orgCARE has been working in Nepal since 1978. Its initial focus was on addressing the basic needs of the poor and vulnerable communities through infrastructure development, agriculture extension activities and natural resource management. This focus changed in the 1990s with the introduction of a more diversified portfolio and a community-based ‘human infrastructure development’ approach. Since 2000, CARE Nepal has been working in partnership with local NGOs, networks, federations and community groups to address the underlying causes of poverty, conflict and vulnerability through promotion of gender and social inclusion, a rights-based approach and social mobilization.+977 01 5522143
31Ministry of Women, Children and Social WelfareSingha Durbar, Kathmandu, 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
32Blue Diamond SocietyDhumbarahi Marga, Dhumbarahi Height, Kathmandu 4375bluediamondsociety.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: Manisha Dhakal - 9849214901 Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday- Friday)+977 01- 4443350,+977 01-4007647, +977 9849214901
33Dristi NepalHattigauda, Kathmandu, NepalParina@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
34Forward 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
35Her 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
36Maiti NepalMaitighar, Kathmandu, NepalMaiti 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 01-4494816
37Mercy CorpsSanepa Chowk, Corps Nepal works to build the absorptive, adaptive and trans-formative potential of vulnerable individuals and communities across Nepal. The goal is attained through a systems based . Contact Person: Nilam Sunchuri 9851171725 Office Hours: 10:00 -5:00 (Monday- Saturday)+977 01-5012571, +977 01-5555532
38KOSHISHBagdol 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
39Blue Diamond SocietyLalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City, 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: Umesh Shrestha Office Hours: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Monday -Friday) +977 01-5524809
40Blue Diamond SocietyPanchali Marg 16, Biratnagar, Morang, 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: Bal Ram Chaudhari - 9807027870 Office Hours: 9: 00 -5:00 (Monday -Friday)+977 021-471642,+977 9807027870