PO Box 357
Pokhara, Masbar, Kaski District
Ansprechpartner: Ram Chandra Paudel
- Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
CHILDREN-Nepal (CN) was founded in 1995 by a group of Nepali professionals leaded by Mr. Ram Chandra Paudel who were grown up discriminative, violent and exploitative conditions. CN is a non-profit and non-government organization that works to promote the rights, welfare and development of children and youth living on the margins of society. It works directly with children, youth and with their families with practical activities, helping them to break away from the effects of discrimination, exploitation and violence based on caste, disability, gender and social status
What we do:
for children and youths
• School Inclusion
• Child Sponsorship
• Health Care
• Child Self Help Group/Youth Self Help Group
• Peace Education
• Child Protection Policy
• Family Support Programme
• Income Generation Programme
• Family Healthcare/Family Counselling
• Youth Vocational Training
for the society/Social Mobilization Programme:
• Civil society mobilization
• Orientation and training for CBO´s and individuals working with CNSP
• Increasing networking opportunities
• Development and support of children´s groups/parents´ groups
• Publication and raising awareness/ Fundraising and develop partnership
• Program monitoring and reflection
for other projects
• Suryamukhi Handicrafts: Suryamukhi is a social project that began in February 1999 in order to provide economic support for CHILDREN-Nepal (CN) as well as giving low-income women the opportunity to acquire a basic income with which they can improve their living conditions as well as their families. Women aged 16 years and older are provided with vocational training in sewing, knitting and embroidery free of charge at the CN Center.
• Fulbari Resource Centre: CN has acquired a plot of land in a beautiful village setting 20 km North-West from Pokhara to build the Fulbari Resource Centre for Conflict Transformation and Peace Education and developed a proposal for financial support. The anticipated centre would allow CN to run as a self-sufficient training facility, to extend its reach further into the three districts of Kaski, Tanahun and Parbat.
Ram Chandra Paudel is the President of CHILDREN-Nepal (CN).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.