` Campaigns – Hiteri
Sunita Foundation is a non-profit organization established by the human trafficking survivors in 2019 AD. This organization is established by Sunita Danuwar, Trafficking In Person Hero-2018. She is listed in 36th out of 50 great leaders of the world for her continuous activism in anti-human trafficking campaign ( http://blog.damelionetwork.com/fortunes-worlds-greatest-leaders-2019-who-are-worlds-best-leaders). Sunita Danuwar is honored by several national and international awards, which includes, among others, C10 Award in 2014 in Stockholm, Sweden, Asia Human Rights and Democracy Award in 2015 in Taiwan, World Women Leadership Achievement Award in 2015.Similarly, she is the member of first global survivor’s network.
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Child Welfare Scheme Nepal (CWSN), a non-governmental organization, was established in 1997 with the goal of supporting marginalized children and young people to help them realize their rights and their full potential. Every child has the right to a family, protection and development opportunities, however even in urban areas many children are deprived of these rights and end up out-of-school and on the streets. The key activities delivered in this project are: outreach visits; rehabilitation shelter; midway home; alternative learning centre; formal education support; child and family counseling; family reintegration; independent living support; skills training & employment facilitation; and support to obtain legal identity.
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Everyone knows that HIV AIDS is a communicable disease. However, what people don’t understand is how the disease is transmitted from one person to another. In some cases children are born with HIV as either one or both of the parents were infected. Such children are discriminated and kept away from other children because of fear of transmission. Nima Goley and Unnati Goley, are such children. Both their parents have passed away from HIV Aids and they had no one to take care of them. Setu Nepal found them and are now sheltering them in Setu Nepal’s house, taking care of them and even trying to send them to school(one of them has already started).
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Sewak Mitra, a non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 2069 B.S., envisions a harmonious society. Their mission is to assist the needy and neglected children and elderly mothers by ensuring the socio-economic reintegration for those that suffered from HIV/AIDS, poverty, diseases and loneliness. Currently, they are supporting children in Baitadi and Kanchanpur Districts; children who are living with HIV and also the children who are facing poverty and starvation. They also support elderly mothers who are alone, helpless, abandoned and discriminated by their own family in Lalitpur district-4 Bhanimandal.
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Bighnaharta Nepal is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, established recently in 2019 A.D., with their primary goals being ‘poverty alleviation’, ’socio-development’, ‘social Entrepreneurship. They focus on rural communities and households living in acute and relative poverty. Their mission is to work towards eradicating poverty by creating and implementing sustainable models of social enterprises through culturally and environmentally appropriate interventions. They are currently working in Makwaanpur District to prevent landslides and also to support the Chepang community residing in Rakshirang rural municipality of Makwaanpur.
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Children Nepal is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization. Established in 1995 A.D., they have been serving children, youth and their families who are living in difficult situations mainly in Kaski district. They envision a society where children can freely enjoy their rights. And their mission is to facilitate processes that empower working children, youth and their families to assume active and decisive roles in solving their own problems by strengthening their life skills, improving their confidence and utilizing their existing capacity, which will result in the most effective long-term improvements in their living conditions.
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Each year, there are numbers of natural disasters that destroy livelihoods of Nepalese people. This campaign shall towards remaining prepared for these situations and being able to dispatch relief as soon as required. The donations can be: 1. Cash 2. Emergency packs of Hygiene kits : Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Soap, Towel, Dettol, Cotton 3. Emergency packs of dry food: Rice, Lentils, Nuts, Biscuits, Noodles, Dry fruits. 4. New or used clothes in wearable and good conditions. 5. Furniture in good condition. 6. Re-construction support. 7. Volunteering.
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Women’s Skills Development Organization is a Fair Trade Organization, which has been working since 1975 as a non-profit and income generating program for economically, disadvantaged, disables, abused, widowed, divorced, single and outcast women from rural Nepal, supporting and empowering them to achieve social and economic self-reliance. By providing free vocational skillful training, they have empowered thousands of women to build a better future. After the training, the women are referred for employment opportunities.
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Himalayan Animal Rescue Trust (HART) has been working endlessly to improve the lives of animals in Nepal, particularly street dogs and cats since its inception in 2010. It has two bases in Pokhara and Bharatpur. Kennels and operating facilities have been established in both bases to enable neutering programs and rescue and treatment of sick and injured animals. HART also runs mass anti-rabies vaccination campaigns yearly in its two bases to ensure the safety of the dogs and the community from rabies. Repetition of program is essential to maintain effectiveness, build up confidence in the community and create a friendlier environment for street animals. Through collaborations with other NGOs, academic institutions, government departments and municipalities, HART has extended its services to different parts of the country.
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Kopila Nepal is a non-governmental organization, established in 2057 B.S. that works with marginalized Women, Children and people with Psycho-social ( Mental Health) Problem in Gandaki Province They envision a society in which the rights of all people are realized and their basic needs are met. They put emphasis on eliminating social disparities of all kinds. They work with; local and national government; non-government organizations; and funding partners to realize their goals and to bring about structural changes needed to achieve social justice and equity for all.
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Namaste Community Foundation is a non-governmental organization established in 2003 with the goal of empowering the underprivileged children and needy people of Nepal. They envision themselves as part of a wider alliance which brings development into rural areas of Nepal. With all their efforts, they want to empower needy people, thereby reducing Nepal's dependency on international aid programs for future.Their mission is to create a loving, holistic, healthy environment for the children and people of Nepal, whose lives we have been entrusted with. We aim to care for them and ensure, to develop into self-reliant citizens.
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साना साना थोपा मिली सागर बनेझैँ तपाईको सानो देनले धेरै सहयोग पुग्नेछ। With the monsoon, there are thousands displaced, injured or in loss of their families due to the uncontrollable floods, landslides and damage to the residential areas. A lot of these people are in need of clothes, hygiene kits, food and safe water. Please support the campaign towards providing relief to these areas through our trusted and verified organisations. Let's get together to support the fellow citizens!
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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.
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Empowering Women of Nepal (EWN) is a non-governmental organization established in 1999 A.D. Their mission is to help foster the growth of independent, self-sufficient, decision making women by encouraging self-empowerment. EWN is dedicated to improving the world one woman and one girl at a time.
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Dirghajeevi Voluntary Group was established in 2063 B.S. with the vision of children fighting with cancer living a joyful, longer life. Their mission is to develop a self-awareness among children fighting with cancer and their families and society on Cancer and its relation with quality of life.
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Established in 2071 B.S.,मठ मन्दिर गाईबाछा बचाउ तथा समाज बिकास अभियान has been rescuing abandoned street cattle providing shelter and food. they provide medication to the injured and helpless ones suffering in the crowded city. They have land with shed where hardly 200 cattle can shelter, so they are able to provide help to only 200 helpless lives. They are increasing to help more lives. their missions include rescuing helpless cows and bulls located in different streets of city, providing medication to the injured ones after rescue operation. providing quality food along with shelter to stay until someone adopts them and providing last rituals in case of death.
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Health Transformed by Art (HTA) is a community art project initiated by Siddhartha Art Gallery. The project aims to bring out the untapped therapeutic value of visual art in a hospital setting and provide psychological relief to patients, parents, hospital staff, and the general public.
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HURON as a dynamic organization will promote human rights through advocacy, conflict resolution as well as networking and capacity building. The vision of HURON includes a society where there will be an understanding, respect and practice of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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ChildSafeNet is a non-profit organization, established with a mission to make the digital technology safer for children and young people. Their vision is that children and young people safely use the digital technology and benefit from it. Their programs include cyber safety training, awareness raising, research etc.
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In Nepal, patients are responsible for managing blood for their transfusion needs. From figuring out which blood bank to go and looking for donors in times of a shortage is stressful and emotionally draining for a patient’s family. While quite a few motivated and selfless groups in social media have mushroomed over the years, there’s a void for an overall efficient and systematic process. Almost all blood banks in the country record blood information manually. There’s a tedious process of back-office paperwork for blood banks and inefficiencies when it comes to handling emergencies, connecting to donors and sharing information in general.
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Independent Living Centre for Persons with Disabilities, Kathmandu (CIL Kathmandu) is a non-governmental, non-profit making organization established in 2006 A.D., with the mission to promote and strengthen values, principles and practices of independent living throughout Nepal. They envision people with disabilities living a dignified and independent life, with a full understanding of their human rights, in a barrier-free community.
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Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) , established in 1992, serves as a Travelers’ information center, providing visitors with free and unbiased information about trekking in Nepal. It aims to provide information on environmental, social and cultural aspects of Nepal to generate awareness among the travelers and the local people that helps to minimize the negative impact of tourism on environment and culture. The center also stresses on the need for every trekker to be aware of the ‘minimum impact code’ to ensure preservation of the pristine environment in those Himalayan regions.
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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".
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Centre for Disabled Children (CDCA) Kapan was established in 2006 a with a vision of a country where all children with physical disabilities and helpless children can live their lives independently with full dignity. Their mission is to enable the children with physical disabilities and helpless children, by providing a ‘child-friendly’ environment, rehabilitating them, providing them with school education, medical treatment and psycho social counseling.
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Let's gather up once again to support our fellow citizens in Bara. Struck with the storm, thousands are in peril with hunger, homelessness and even death of their beloved ones. A small support can add to the aid of many.
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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
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Astitwa Nepal, ever since its establishment in 2018, is trying to become the voice of the unheard, the platform for those who felt to have lost their identity - it has been working for the survivors of burnt violence, empowering socially excluded women due to burn (acid burn and/or burn though other sources). Their vision is to provide support for burn survivors and to advocate in ending burn violence. And their mission is to act as a catalyst to end burn violence.
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Naya Goreto (NG) is Nepal’s first Rehabilitation Centre where people with various addictions can come, stay and leave on their own free will as a part of their recovery. Established in 2003 A.D. Naya Goreto envisions a country without social stigma, discrimination and injustice wherein vulnerable groups can enjoy the right to a life with dignity.
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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.
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“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
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