“Realizing the rights of children in Nepal through Child Sensitive Social Protection (PAHUNCH)” is a project being implemented in Kavre and Mahotari districts to improve the access of the marginalized and vulnerable groups into social protection schemes. There are many schemes of social protection for different categories and various disadvantageous groups. During the first phase it was entitled as "Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP)". It has identified in the first phase of the project that the provisions are less informed to the targeted people and also the delivery agencies and mechanisms responsible for the social protection schemes functioned less effectively. The gap in accessing to the social protection schemes left the vulnerable people mainly the children's wellbeing behind. Based on the learning from the first phase, Save the Children International designed this project to improve access of the families and children to the social protection schemes and contribute to improve the overall wellbeing of the children in the project areas. In this context, Save the Children International is working with district partners to implement the project. Similarly, CWISH is also included in the implementation team as a resource organization to capacitate and enable the implementing staffs in various child rights and child protection issues. Furthermore the partnership also aims to develop the capacity of the service providers such as health posts, rural municipality, child protection committees, school teachers as well as child clubs in the issues of child rights. The duration of the project is from May to December 2017.