Current Projects
Enhancing Child Protection System in Nepal
  • CWISH has envisioned children in Nepal enjoying their childhood in a caring, safe and protected environment. The basic issues for the fulfillment of the children's rights are the definition of children, civil rights and freedom, family environment and alternative care, basic health and welfare, education, leisure and cultural activities and special protection issues and concerns as stated in the UNCRC which is ratified by the Nepal government. Similarly, the constitution of Nepal has guaranteed the rights for the children's protection and envision the situation for enjoying their rights of development, participation and survival. In this context CWISH as a civil society organization in partnership with Interpedia, Finland with the funding support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland is facilitating a project "Enhancing Child Protection System in Nepal" to establish a well-functioning civil society network with capacitated members as well as institutions to report and refer the child rights violation cases and advocate to make government agencies accountable to respond them. Simultaneously, the intervention has targeted to enhance peoples' awareness on child rights and strengthen the local, district and national level child protection mechanism to ensure the protective environment. This project attempts to protect the rights of children mobilizing a network of organizations, National Child Protection Alliance (NCPA) in 27 districts of Nepal.  CWISH as resource organization and key agency to implement the child rights monitoring intervention is mobilizing its own resource in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur and Kavre districts. At the same time we are mobilizing the organizations as per below for child rights monitoring at different districts of Nepal

    Human Rights, Social Awareness & Development Centre (HUSADEC) in Dhankuta, Makalu Tri Shakti Samuha(MATS) in Sankhuwasabha, Child Development Society(CDS) in Udayapur, Jansewa Nepal in Rautahat, Community and Rural Development Society (CARDSN) in Nuwakot, Protection Nepal in Bara and Parsa, Child Welfare Society in Makwanpur, Human Rights and Community Development Resource Centre (HRCDRC) in Rasuwa, Rural Community Development Center(RUCC) in Dhanusa, Child Protection Organization in Sarlahi, Indreni Samaj Kendra in Palpa and Nawalparasi, Sahara Nepal in Jhapa, Srijanshil Youth Samaj (SJS) in Ramechhap, Rural Social Uplifmnet Forum (RUSUF) in Banke, Siddhartha Social Development Centre (SSDC) in Kapilvastu, Rukumeli Social Development Centre (RSDC) in Rukum, Nava Jagaran Women and Children Protection Centre (NEWCPC) in Dang,  Mahila Atma Nirbharata Kendra (MANK) in Sindhupalchowk, Prayatnashil Community Development Society(Prayash Nepal) in Dhading, Dalit Development Society(DDS) in Salyan and Pahal in Argakhachi.

    We have developed a web based reporting system incorporating a mobile application (CRM app) for primary case reporting and monitoring the cases. CWISH is publishing annual child rights status report based on the child rights monitoring and providing feedbacks to the government mechanism for appropriate response to address the cases of child rights violations.

  • Funding Partners
  • Working Areas of this Project

    • arghakhanchi
    • banke
    • bara
    • dang deukhuri
    • dhading
    • dhankuta
    • dhanusa
    • jhapa
    • kapilvastu
    • makwanpur
    • nawalparasi
    • nuwakot
    • palpa
    • parsa
    • rasuwa
    • rautahat
    • rukum
    • salyan
    • sankhuwasabha
    • sarlahi
    • sindhupalchok
    • udayapur
    • ramechhap
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