CWIN runs Child Helpline 1098 (in Kathmandu, Hetauda, Nepalgunj, Pokhara and Biratnagar) with a toll-free hotline telephone (1098), ambulance service, counselling, emergency shelter, medical and legal services.
Similarly, it runs a Contact Centre in the Central Bus Terminal, in Kathmandu which provides immediate support for migrant children at risk. In the same manner, it also runs Hamro Sajha Thalo: a Socialisation and Empowerment of street and other children at risk programme, which is successfully facilitated by former street and working children.
Furthermore, CWIN's Balika Programme for Girls at Risk works for the empowerment and social reintegration of girls at risk and advocates the establishment of girls' issues in all related programmes and policies. Likewise, CWIN Bal Kendra: Centre for Migrant Children at Risk works for family reunion and social reintegration of child workers and children in crisis. Similarly, CWIN runs Centre for Self-Reliance to help children above 14 to be self-reliant for their future. CWIN Social Marketing helps to promote products made by young people and to develop the entrepreneurship of young people at risk.
Process for rescue and social reintegration:
- Information Collection
- Medical Check-ups
- Psycho-social Counselling
- Legal Aid
- Emergency Humanitarian Services
- Transit Centres
- Family Reunion
- Social Reintegration
- Networking and Alliance Building for follow-ups