Organisations

Britain Nepal Medical Trust (BNMT)

Nepal

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PO Box 9
Morang-Biratnagar

BNMT aims to assist the people of Nepal to improve their health by working in partnership with the Ministry of Health, international and local NGOs, and local communities to establish and maintain sustainable basic health, empowerment, advocacy and intitutional development and strengthening

Save the Children Norway

Nepal

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PO Box 3394
Kathmandu

StC-N aim to strengthen those institutions who can bring about a sustainable realisation of children's rights in Nepal. The StC-N resource centre is open to the public

Resource Centre for Primary Health Care (RECPHEC)

Nepal

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PO Box 117
Kathmandu

RECPHEC's objectives are to provide information easily to information seekers; to provide information via its newsletter to grassroots health workers (the newsletters are called Bhalalkwari and Women's Health); and to advocate to policy makers and programme planners for health rights and health systems. The resource centre is open to the public

National Federation of the Disabled- Nepal (NFD-NEPAL)

Nepal

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PO Box 9188
Kathmandu

NFD aims to empower people with disabilities and increase their participation in social, political, economic and gender-related activities. Its objectives are to raise awareness among politicians, policy-makers, experts and community members for the rights and interests of PWDs; to help organise and uplift PWDs, especially women and children; and to promote relationships among individuals, member organisations and NGOs working for the cause of PWDs. The resource centre is not open to the public

Nepal Association for the Welfare of the Blind (NAWB)

Nepal

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P O Box 3255
Kathmandu

NAWB aim to: help blind and visually impaired to become economically active and productive citizens; help blind and visually impaired integrate into their community; find out the cause of blindness and arrange for prevention, cure and reversal of blindness; Safeguard and promote the overall interests and welfare of the blind and visually impaired

Paropakar Primary Health Care Centre

Nepal

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P O Box 2919
Kathmandu

Aims to establish primary health care centres in order to serve rural communities. Holds health camps in different places to promote the level of awareness among people through awareness raising programmes, advocacy campaigns and training activities. Focusses upon family planning, community health, environmental health and community sanitation

Save the Children, Sweden|Regional Programme for South and Central Asia

Nepal

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G.P.O Box 5850
Khatmandu

Save the Children's regional office for South and Central Asia is run from Nepal. Their aim is to develop, encourage and promote improved programme development and planning through sharing information, programme knowledge and learning available in the South and Central Asia region in an accessible way. Save the Children Sweden, programme for South and Central Asia has recently undertaken a workshop in Nepal (February 2006) exploring the evolving capacities of the child in relation to the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The workshop was run by Gerison Lansdown, author of 'The evolving capacities of the child'

Spinal Cord Injury Association-Nepal (SCIAN)

Nepal

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Spinal Cord Injury Association-Nepal
P. O. box 148 Pokhara
Malepatan, Pokhara

Spinal Cord Injury Association-Nepal is a registered non profit making social organisation working for the rehabilitation of the spinal injuries and other disabled people since its inception in 2000. The organisation implements the following activities /programs: Awareness raising / Advocacy, skill development training, income generation programs, assistive devices support, schooling support,peer council ling,net working, referrals.

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