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CWIN-NEPAL Established in 1987, Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) is
Established in 1987, Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN) is an organisation that advocates for the rights of children and focuses on children living and working in difficult circumstances. The main issues focused on by CWIN’s are child labour, street children, child marriage, bonded labour, trafficking of children, children in conflict with the law and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Maiti Nepal is committed to preventing the trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and children. It is actively engaged in protecting, rescuing and rehabilitating trafficked and sexually exploited survivors through action-oriented activities at different levels.
Shakti Samuha is the first organisation in Nepal established and run by survivors of trafficking. Since 1996 it has been organising and empowering returning trafficking survivors by providing shelter, legal aid, vocational training and counselling. The vision of Shakti Samuha is that trafficking survivors will be empowered to lead a dignified life in society. Its mission is trafficking survivors and women and children at risk of trafficking will be organised, empowered and aware, which will enable them to contribute to campaigns against human trafficking, protecting women and girls living in vulnerable conditions.
ChildSafeNet is a Nepal-based non-governmental organisation dedicated to making the internet safer for children and young people. Created in 2018, ChildSafeNet works to raise awareness on cyber safety and to online child sexual abuse and exploitation, cyberbullying, phishing and gaming addiction. The organisation focuses its work on developing toolkits and guides to duty-bearers and services providers, conducting researches on issues affecting online safety, raising awareness on cybersecurity through both online and offline environments, and providing capacity buildings to relevant actors in Nepal.
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