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CWISH, NEPAL

CWISH is human right organization striving to protect rights of the children, youth and women. CWISH was established in 1993 with a prospect of promoting human rights and providing social justice and equal opportunities for women, youth and children in the vulnerable areas of Nepal. Since 1996 CWISH has been working to improve quality education in schools, eliminate worst form of child labour, child sexual abuse and violence against children. Read more

Information desk / Check Post

information-deskIn post-earthquake situation, children are vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and violence. Children are in risk of separation from families. In initiation of CWISH collaborating with District Police and District Child Welfare Board information desk including police check post has been established in Dhading (Malekhu and Gajuri).  Similarly, CWISH together with District Child Welfare Board, District Police and Save the Chil-dren is setting-up Information Desk in 8 different places of Kavre. Similarly, Check Post has been setup in Sindhupalchowk (Bandeu, Melamchi and Bhotechaur) by protection cluster partners.
    
46 children claimed as orphan were unnecessarily separated from families from Ree VDC and Jharlang VDC, Dhading were brought towards Kathmandu. Considering the case of child trafficking, Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB), these children are sent back to Dhading. They are staying in Transit Cen-ter in Dhadingbesi managed by District Child Welfare Board, CWISH and other protection cluster part-ners. Out of 46, only 3 had lost their parents. Please follow this link about news coverage; http://epaper.ekantipur.com/kantipur/showtext_ajax.aspx?boxid=154414781&parentid=48109&issuedate=1752015

 
2 children were on their way towards Mahendranagar. They were telling that someone was waiting in Mahendranagar (Far western region of Nepal) but were not sure. The Check Post managed by District Police and CWISH in Highway identified it suspicious and hence rescued these children. These children are staying in Transit Home in Dhadingbesi, Dhading. CWISH is tracing the family and planning for reintegration.

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