Child Fund Japan
It was founded in 1952 to serve impoverished children, families, and communities in education, healthcare, nutrition, and income generation areas through sponsorship, special assistance, and emergency relief and rehabilitation programs. In Nepal, it has been working to help deprived, excluded, and vulnerable children, families, and communities through meaningful, sustainable solutions.


  Child Haven International
It was founded in 1985 to assist children and women in developing countries, who are in need of food, education, health care, shelter and clothing, emotional and moral support. In Nepal, it was started in 1992. It built its own first home in 2001 in Bhaktapur, then Green Tara School for local children to attend the school.


  Child Protection Center and Services (CPCS)
It was founded in 2002 to answer the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. The organization’s work can be divided into three steps:
  1. Prevention(prior to and during the street life): set of interventions focused in two ways:
    • prevent and, if possible, avoid the arrival of the child in the street
    • create awareness among general public, the families and the children themselves on the realities of life in the Street (its causes, its daily routines and its consequences).
  2. Risk reduction (during life in the street): short term perspective focusing on immediate reduction of the dangers of street life.
  3. Social rehabilitation (after life in the street): long term perspective focusing on progressive and eventual reintegration of a child into society.


  Child Welfare Scheme
It was established in 1997 to improve the lives of the most poor and marginalized children and young people in Nepal through improved health, education and protection. The programs cover Asha Health Care in health program, Early Childhood Care Education and Jyoti Vocational Training Center in Education program, Jyoti Street project in protection program and Child Rights Project (CSACRSA Nepal) in advocacy program. The working areas are Kaski and Lamjung districts in the Western region of Nepal.


  Children International
It has been providing critical assistance to children and families struggling in terrible poverty. The mission is to bring real and lasting change to children living in poverty. In partnership with contributors, we reduce their daily struggles, invest in their potential, and provide them with the opportunity to grow up healthy, educated and prepared to succeed and contribute to society.


  Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM)
The objective is to improve the quality of life of the poorest people in the world who are disabled or are in danger of becoming danger. In Nepal, since 1982 CBM supports a diverse mix of partners engaged in eye care, ear care, locomotor disability, rehabilitation, education, social development as well as formation and networking between different advocacy groups and disabled people’s organizations.


  Community Action Nepal (CAN)
It is charity to help mountain people to help themselves raise their standard of living and strengthen indigenous, community-based culture. CAN operates mainly in the Middle Hill Regions of Nepal from where the majority of the porters originate. It is the porters who make it possible for walkers and climbers to enjoy the Peaks and Passes of Nepal