ABOUT US

Childreach Nepal is a locally registered non-governmental organisation (31616) with the Social Welfare Council. We have been consistently working in rural communities since 2009. We believe that every child has the right to live, learn and play. To be safe, healthy and free.

Our Vision

A world where all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential in life.

Our Mission

To restore child-rights and empower children to create positive change through community based solutions, ensuring children have improved access to education, protection and healthcare. We will work in communities to develop and demonstrate best practice, engaging and collaborating with key players to take our work beyond the boundaries of our organisation.

What We Do

We believe in practical, community-led solutions. We develop programmes over time to break down the barriers in a child’s path to fulfilling their potential.

How We Do It

We don’t like short term fixes. That’s why children, schools and communities are at the heart of everything that we do. When this happens, children’s needs are met, children understand their rights, and children have the confidence to campaign for their rights to be realized.

Our history

2009
Childreach International is founded
2010
Childreach Nepal is born as a locally registered charity
2014
The Taught, Not Trafficked campaign launched in collaboration with SOLD: The Movie
2015
Dr. Tshering Lama (Country Director) selected as one of World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders
2015
Opened the brand new Meera Centre for Early Childhood Development
2015
We rose to the challenges of the earthquakes by rebuilding classrooms in Sindhupalchowk

How Your Money Helps

Our work would not be possible without the support of people like yourself; every donation, no matter how big or small, makes a difference to the lives of the children we work with. Find out more about how your donation can help below;

means that a child at a school in a high risk trafficking area will be able to be exposed to street dramas, films and workshops so that they understand the dangers of human trafficking.

can provide a brand new pair of football boots for a child learning about their rights in our Sports Initiative

can pay for a weighing scale in our School Health Centres, to ensure that all the children are of a healthy weight