Child Nepal, a glimpse
Child Nepal (CN) is an non-political, non-religion Non-Government Organization (NGO) working on child rights in general and child protection and child development in particular. It was established in 2003 by a group of social activists with an aim to initiate a child friendly culture. CN is enshrined with United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) 1989 and Universal Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – 2030.
Greetings from CN
Dr. Krishna Subedi
Annual Reach of Child Nepal
» 11,254 Children
» 6 Number of Projects
» 13 Local Governments Coverage in Nepal
Government has responsibility to take all the available measures to make sure children’s rights are respected, protected and fulfilled.
As Article 12 of CRC states about respecting the views of the child while making decisions that affect children,
Survival and Development
CN believes in rights to adequate food, shelter, clean water, formal education, primary health care, leisure and recreation,
Protecting Children from Online and Digital Risks and Abuse
Online Child abuse is any type of child abuse that happens on the internet. It can happen across any device that’s connected..