CWISH to provide psychosocial counseling to students

In a bid to adress the mental stress on children caused by the April 25 earthquake, the Children and Women in Social Service and Human Rights (CWISH), in association with 14 other institutions, has established child-friendly learning centers in different parts of the capital. 

Children Protection Coordinator of CWISH, Yubaraj Ghimire, said that such centres were established to help reduce the psychological terror and uneasiness among the children and bring them back to normalcy. Ghimire said that the centers will given psychosocial service, child-friendly education and entertainment to over 800 quake-affected children. 

Besides children will be engaged in extra-curricular activities including painting, sports, singing and dancing.