My School My Voice (MSMV)

2568 Girls& 2232 Boys (Indirect impact)

72 Girls 72 Boys


Child participation involves encouraging and enabling children to make their views known on the issues that affect them.

Put into practice, participation is adults listening to children, and to their many varied ways of communicating. It ensures their freedom to express themselves and takes their views into account when coming to decisions that affect their daily lives.

Engaging children in dialogue and exchange allows them to learn constructive ways of influencing the world around them. This programme focuses on providing a platform for children where they get opportunities to learn, analyse, and express. MSMV aims to work with children in 12 schools through the MSMV clubs that encourages them to be agents of change through deeper involvement in matters that concern them. This is done by increasing the knowledge of children and facilitating hands-on experience in identification of issues in their community and society, and working towards addressing their issues.


To empower children through effective and meaningful participation.


July 2012 - Ongoing


Child Parliament 2014, 2016 - Children from the MSMV clubs raised and discussed the issues of Child Labor, Child Marriage, Child Trafficking and Corporal Punishment and had a question answer session with the stakeholders, including other children, teachers, head teachers and government representatives.

Districts and VDCs Served:

Kathmandu, Sindhupalchok, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, and Kavre districts

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