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Nepalese Association for the Physically Disable (NAPD) aims to advocate for the rights of the people with various physical challenges.NAPD- Nepal empowers all types of people with physical disabilities and protects their rights. NAPD-Nepal focuses especially on accessibility, capacity building, awareness, lobbying and advocacy. It also works in the sectors such as gender and social inclusion, democracy and human rights, good governance and accountability, livelihood and poverty reduction, employment and health facilities, CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) and inclusive education, etc.
  • 3.00% Funded
  • Rs.3,000.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
In Nepal, the Portage Early Intervention Program formally started in 2001 as a trial project in two wards of Banepa Municipality and three wards of Tukucha Nala VDC (about 26 km east of Kathmandu) providing Home Teaching service to 45 children with Developmental Delay and Disabilities. From 2001 till 2019, PRAN was able to provide services to 972 children. Among these 401 children rehabilitated after completing the Portage Package, whereas, 249 children are included in mainstream education from Pre-primary to High school level and special schools.
  • 10.03% Funded
  • Rs.30,100.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Dirghajeevi Voluntary Group was established in 2063 B.S. with the vision of children fighting with cancer living a joyful, longer life. Their mission is to develop a self-awareness among children fighting with cancer and their families and society on Cancer and its relation with quality of life.
  • 7.50% Funded
  • Rs.7,500.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Astitwa Nepal, ever since its establishment in 2018, is trying to become the voice of the unheard, the platform for those who felt to have lost their identity - it has been working for the survivors of burnt violence, empowering socially excluded women due to burn (acid burn and/or burn though other sources). Their vision is to provide support for burn survivors and to advocate in ending burn violence. And their mission is to act as a catalyst to end burn violence.
  • 31.82% Funded
  • Rs.31,815.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Blind Youth Association of Nepal is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established by the blind and partially sighted (BPS) youth of Nepal. It is a national association for youth aged between 18-35 years, founded in 2011 and registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu in 2012 and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. It is only the organization, in Nepal, established by the blind and partially sighted (BPS) youth themselves. They are currently operating with a total of 250 members, who are organized through five district chapters located in Jhapa, Kathmandu, Kaski, Rupandehi and Banke districts. Memberships and chapter expansion are still ongoing.
  • 0.10% Funded
  • Rs.100.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left

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