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Right 4 Children is a non-governmental organization, established in January 2013. They envision a life in which vulnerable children and young people exercise their rights and voices, and reach their full potential. Their mission is to assist those children and young people who have been obstructed to develop and live their life to realize the change they have always desired.
  • 0.00% Funded
  • Rs.0.00 Pledged
  • 54 Days Left
There are many brick kilns in the rural areas of Kathmandu valley where most of the workers are people with children who are pulled into labour works at a young age. This is one of the cases. This is Karan Lama who lives in a make-shift brick structure near a brick kiln in Siddhipur, Lalitpur. His parents are brick makers who Karan helps with work during his free time. With his younger brother, he attends Bhanodaya Government school not far from his "home".
  • 3.43% Funded
  • Rs.10,280.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
The Collaborative Schools Network (CSN) is an organization that adopts and manages struggling public schools in Nepal and transforms the quality of education they provide. They sign the contract with the local government which allows them to manage the schools in the particular municipality. CSN adopted its first school in 2015, and currently manages three schools in Kathmandu: Shree Jana Uddhar Secondary School, Budhanilkantha Shree Bhanodaya Basic School, Siddhipur andShree Madan Ashrit Adarsha Basic School, Tokha
  • 0.70% Funded
  • Rs.701.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Voice of Children (VOC), established in 2000 A.D., has been working for the protection of sexually abused, street children. Its emphasis is family & community reintegration of the children, after rescue and socialization, by strengthening their life skills and capacity for sustainable reintegration. They work with marginalized families, help build up their capacity to protect the separation of children. VOC also raises awareness on child protection and offers legal, psychological support to affected children from exploitation and abuses.
  • 6.65% Funded
  • Rs.16,630.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
“Since their establishment, SETU Nepal has been working as a bridge to fill up the gap between the isolated group of women and children and the society, with care, support, education and capacity building” - Aarati House, a transit home. A shelter with 14 beds capacity is providing treatment for children and women with HIV along with necessary support for rehabilitation
  • 20.90% Funded
  • Rs.20,900.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Their goal is to educate women from marginalized communities in Nepal to become entrepreneurs. Through their program, they provide classes in English, Math, Business economy along with practical training within advanced tailoring. Not only is this a program for learning, it is also a platform for teaching and giving.
  • 2.76% Funded
  • Rs.5,300.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
YUWA is a non-governmental, non-profitmaking organization established in 2066 B.S. with youth entrepreneurship as their primary category of work. YUWA envisions a situation whereby youth, as indispensable change agents, are valued partners in decision making at all levels. Their missions include Empowering youth to participate in local issues and sustainable and intergenerational partnership and advocating for greater youth participation at all levels.
  • 0.40% Funded
  • Rs.100.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF) is a non-profit organization, working in Nepal since 1990. Their primary category of work falls under children and youth. Their mission is to offer hope and opportunity to the most impoverished children of Nepal by providing them vital healthcare, education and a safe environment, and by creating livelihood opportunities for the youth.
  • 0.55% Funded
  • Rs.1,100.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Blind Youth Association of Nepal is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established by the blind and partially sighted (BPS) youth of Nepal. It is a national association for youth aged between 18-35 years, founded in 2011 and registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu in 2012 and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. It is only the organization, in Nepal, established by the blind and partially sighted (BPS) youth themselves. They are currently operating with a total of 250 members, who are organized through five district chapters located in Jhapa, Kathmandu, Kaski, Rupandehi and Banke districts. Memberships and chapter expansion are still ongoing.
  • 0.10% Funded
  • Rs.100.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Childreach Nepal, established in 2010, is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization, whose primary category of work is ‘Education, Child Protection and Sports for Development (ECD)’. They are currently focusing on training 15 ECD teachers and classroom setup benefitting more than 100 Children.
  • 8.02% Funded
  • Rs.12,030.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left
Special School for Disabled and Rehabilitation Center (SSDRC) is a non-governmental and non-profit making organization, registered for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), that was established in 2010 to provide special education, therapeutic and related services for such children from deprived families of Nepal.
  • 27.10% Funded
  • Rs.27,101.00 Pledged
  • 104 Days Left

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