Component V: Community Works and Networking
CWIN has wide networking with local, regional, national and international organisations working in the issues of children, women and human rights. CWIN has been an integral part of some important alliances and networks like Children at Risk Network Group (CAR-NWG), Alliance Against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN) and ALLIANCE (Alliance for human Rights and Social Justice). Similarly, CWIN is active member of the Children as Zones of Peace-National Coalition, National Alliance of organisations Working with Street Children (NAOSC), Consortium of organisations working with Child Clubs, Child Home Net, etc.
To promote child rights in community, CWIN runs activities like community awareness and conscientisation, training for community workers, collaboration with community schools, collaboration and partnership with VDCs, DDCs and DCWBs and local level organisations and initiatives and other community works related to child rights. Likewise, CWIN has been successful in partnering with transportation entrepreneurs association to set up a Child Protection Fund to raise funds from within the country to support the needs of children at risk.
CWIN in partnership with RDTA (Tuki) have started a community based livelihood and empowerment programme for women and children in 5 VDCs of Dolakha district called Women and Children Empowerment and livelihood programme (WOCELIP). CWIN has completed 17 small community development programmes for chldren in 15 districts of Nepal.