Nepal Earthquake 2015

  • महा–भूकम्पबाट आहत बालबालिकाको राहत तथा संरक्षणका लागि अपिल

    यहि २०७२ साल वैशाख १२ गते शनिबार नेपालमा आएको महा–भूकम्पबाट हालसम्म चारहजार भन्दा बढी मानिसहरुको निधन भएको र हजारौंको संख्यामा घाइते भएको पुष्टि भैसकेको छ । ऐतिहासिक मठ–मन्दिरको विनाश संगै घर लगायत अन्य संरचना भित्र पुरिएर र थिचिएर रहेका मानिसहरुको खोजि तथा उद्धार कार्य जारी रहेको छ । यथार्थ विवरण आइपुग्दा यो...

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  • CWIN on move for providing relief to earthquake victims

    Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) provided support materials (food, drinking water, toys and clothes) to children in Kanti Hospital, Teaching Hospital, Bir Hospital, Civil Hospital and Army Hospital on April 30, 2015. Those materials were provided on the basis of field assessment...

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  • CWIN's effort on providing relief to earthquake victims

    Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) provided orientation on psycho social to more than fifty volunteers on 2 May, 2015. Master trainers from Centre for Victims of Torture- Nepal (CVICT) were resource persons for the orientation. Meanwhile, CWIN reached 22 different areas with relief...

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  • CWIN in Action

    • Interaction with street children

      Interaction with street childrenInteraction program with the street children and police officials was held on April 16 2015 in the capital with the presence of Superintendent of Police Ms. Durga Singh of Naxal Police Headquarter.  Nearly sixty children from different areas of Kathmandu participated in the program. CWIN Nepal...

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    • Demonstration against rape

      Demonstration against rapeChild Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) participated in a mass demonstration in the Capital on 12 March against brutal rape of six-year-old Puja Sah from Bara district, who breathed her last on 8 March. The demonstrators demanded for identification and custody of the culprits related to...

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  • Press Release

    • किशोरीहरु माथिको एसिड आक्रमणको भत्र्सना

      काठमाडौ भगवतीबारी स्थित शान्ति निकुञ्ज माध्यमिक विद्यालयको कक्षा १० मा अध्ययनरत किशोरी संगिता पुलामी मगर, सीमा वस्नेत र हेमु मगरमाथि २०७१ साल फागुन १० गते वसन्तपुरमा भएको एसिड आक्रमणको सिविन—नेपाल घोर भत्सर्ना गर्दछौं । राजधानीको केन्द्रमा घटेको यसप्रकारको निन्दनीय घटनाले हाम्रो देशका किशोरीहरुको संरक्षणको सवाल हाम्रा सामु जटिल...

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    • Announcement: Reformation of CWIN Board

      Announcement: Reformation of CWIN Board 10 January 2015/Kathmandu CWIN-Nepal is pleased to announce its new Board for the period of 2015-2018. The new Board comprises of members from various walks of life who have remarkable contribution in social movements and respective professional sectors. In addition to the expert board members,...

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  • News Clippings

    • The Mentor

      The MentorCHAHANA SIGDEL JAN 23 - Friday mornings are fun. In an open field, southwest of the picturesque Pashupatinath Temple, a group of boys and a few young girls gather for their weekly football sessions. Captaining one of the sides and refereeing at the same time is Bishnu Poudel, a young man in his...

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    • Children write to CA members

      Children write to CA members LALITPUR, DEC 31 - Children have written a letter to the Constituent Assembly (CA) members, seeking guarantee of their rights in a new constitution. Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Center (CWIN Nepal), an NGO working in the sector of rights, submitted a letter to a CA committee here today....

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  • Fact Sheets

    • Human Trafficking in Nepal

      The Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) compiled by the US State Department rates Nepal as Tier 2, the explanation of which is “the government does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so.”1 Trafficking...

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    • Substance Use among Street Children in Nepal

      The term street children refer to children for whom the street more than their family has become their real home. It includes children who might not necessarily be homeless or without families, but who live in situations where there is no protection, supervision, or direction from responsible...

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