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 improve children’s access to healthcare, education and child protection and to restore child rights, empowering resilient children to create positive change through community-based solutions.

Values

We are a learning organisation that works with integrity and passion to bring about change for children and their families and communities. Through the power of teamwork, we seek to create inclusive innovation for development, and use a human-centred approach to empower children and young people to speak up and claim their rights.

Find out more about our values at www.childreachnepal.org/values

Approach

We are a grassroots organisation working very closely with communities in a single rural municipality, Paanch Pokhari Thangpal GaunPalika in Sindupalchok, likewise we also work in the districts of Dolakha, Kavre and Bhaktapur. We engage deeply with our community partners, using human-centred methods of participatory enquiry to identify the challenges they face in keeping their children healthy, safe and in school. We work with them to identify and explore potential solutions, and help provide access to the resources and expertise that they need in order to own and implement these plans.

We are proud that this work, although often complex to quantify and measure, brings about long term sustainable change.

Our History

2010
Childreach Nepal is born as a locally registered charity
2014
The Taught, Not Trafficked campaign launched in collaboration with SOLD: The Movie
2015
Opened the brand new Meera Centre for Early Childhood Development
2015
Post earthquake rebuilding of 86 earthquake safe classrooms in Sindhupalchowk
2016
Girls Education Summit organized for the Taught, not Trafficked campaign
2016
Sports for Development program launched, supported by GFFO and Comic Relief
2017
Project Chhori launched, raising awareness of menstrual hygiene and school enterprise producing low-cost sanitary pads