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Child Right Fund - Netherland

Child Right Fund is a foundation and non-profit organization which aims at fighting against the exploitation of children. It mainly focuses on three key issues; child slavery, prostitution and violence. Child Right works in the field to free children from various forms of human rights abuse and coordinates a thorough rehabilitation process. As a part of comprehensive rescue effort, it aid in the post-traumatic stress associated with the children and make every effort to reunite them with their family or to place them in a carefully selected home. As a part of rehabilitation process, the children are educated to ease their reintegration into society and to provide them with the tools to be self sufficient. Child Right Fund is active in every continent. It is supporting Voice of Children for rehabilitation of sexually victim and vulnerable children in Nepal from the year 2011.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.childright.nl

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Danish Embassy

Danish Embassy has been funding PACSA, one of the projects of VOC since 2009 of January. The funds have been mostly used for CSA media campaigning or media hub which includes drama broadcasting through television or radios, informational advertisement regarding child sexual abuse and prevention and hoarding boards.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.ambkathmandu.um.dk

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ECPAT - Luxembourg

ECPAT Luxembourg is a global network of organisations and individuals working together to eliminate child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free and secure from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation. The ECPAT acronym stands for ' End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes'. ECPAT Luxembourg has been supporting VOC since 2008. The funds provided are used in one of the projects called PACSA. The provided funds are used for resource center, developing training manuals, organizing workshops, and providing psychosocial therapy for children who require it.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.ecpat.lu/

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Enfants & Developpement - France

E&D is a humanitarian organisation founded in 1984 to help Cambodian children victim of genocide and war. Since then, E&D has worked in urban and rural areas, in the fields of health, early-childhood, education, economy and social work to improve the living conditions of the most impoverished children and their families. The organisation always seeks to work with local organisations and local authorities, supporting them to improve their competences and autonomy with a view of implementing Projects having as beneficiaries poor people from the local population. E&D is supporting Voice of Children in its Street Children Project since 2001 and set the partnership from 2004.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.enfantsetdeveloppement.org/

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EveryChild

EveryChild is an international development organisation working to ensure that girls and boys enjoy the right to a childhood in a permanent, safe and caring household, free from poverty, violence and exploitation. EveryChild do this by working in partnership with civil society organisations promoting and supporting effective interventions that protect children outside of parental care (or at risk or loosing parental care) and ultimately reduce the number of girls and boys who live apart from their parents or without appropriate alternative care. EveryChild is supporting Voice of Children for "Foster family as an alternative care for children without parental care in Kathmandu, Nepal" from the year 2012.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.everychild.org.uk

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PARTAGE - France

PARTAGE is a French Humatarian Association independent of any political and religious affiliation created in 1973 to support child victims of war in Vietnam. Since then, the association has developed and supports other projects with the most disadvantaged children. PARTAGE has been supporting VOC since 2005.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.partage.org/

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SENTINELLES

Sentinelles started to work in Nepal focusing on children who imprisoned or abandoned, victim of paedophiles and handicapped since 1996 in order to keep them out of harms, look after them and help them to rebuild their lives. It has been supporting VOC since 2006.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.sentinelles.org/

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Room to Read

Room to Read in an International Non government Organization that envisions a world in which all children can persue a quality education that enables them to reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world. Currently Room to Read is working in nine countries; Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Srilanka, Vietnam, South Africa, Zambia and Nepal. It has been contributing books to libraries, establish libraries, construct schools in Nepal since 2000.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.roomtoread.org

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International Childcare Trust - UK

International Childcare Trust (ICT) - aims to protect the rights of the world's poorest and most marginalized children. It works for the children throughout the world who have lost one of both parents, suffer from ill-health and malnutrition, experience neglect or abuse at home, or have to work to support the family income and also for others who are pushed to the margins of society due to the stigma and discrimination associated with having a disability and many of these children find themselves living in squalid slums or on the streets where they are vulnerable to harassment, abuse, exploitation and premature death. VOC has been partner of ICT since 2013 to work extensively for vulnerable children and families who are mainly living in street and slum areas.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.international-childcare-trust.org/

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World Childhood Foundation - Sweden

World Childhood Foundation (WCF) was founded in 1999 by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden. WCF works to prevent exploitation of children. It has been supporting over 100 projects around the world, assisting the children who are at risk of or are victims of abuse, children who are in alternative care, street children and families at risk. It supports project not only financially but also through strategic capacity building and networking opportunities. VOC has become partner of WCF since 2013 to work for street children in Kathmandu.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.childhood.org/

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Sunrise Bank

A renowned Nepalese Bank sponsored  for telecasting TV serial named 'Bhumika' produced by VOC which was on the issue of child sexual abuse.

 

 

Web Site:  http://wwww.sunrisebank.com.np

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Shikhar Shoes

A renowned shoes manufacture Company in Nepal that sponsored VOC's children with 100 pairs of shoes.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.shikharshoe.com

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Himani Trust

A trust founded by former princess Himani Rajya Laxmi Shah donated 27 bicycles to the children of VOC. Children of the age group of 14-16 received the bicycles.

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.himanitrust.org.np

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Bank of Kathmandu

Bank of Kathmandu is one of the renowned bank in Nepal which has contributed cash to this organization under it's Corporate Social Responsibilty.  

 

 

 

Web Site:  http://www.bok.com.np

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ChildHope

ChildHope was established as an independent UK charity in 1989. With support from UNICEF, Save the Children (Sweden) and others, ChildHope grew out of the recognition of the huge and growing but neglected problem of children living and working on the streets of Africa, Asia and South America. Over the last twenty years, it has been working with local organisations to develop long lasting solutions aimed at tackling the root causes of the poverty and the injustice faced by children around the world. ChildHope has been supporting in VOC programs since 1st May 2015.

Web Site:  http://www.childhope.org.uk/

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Butterflies

Butterflies is a registered voluntary organisation working with vulnerable groups of children since 1989. With a rights based, non-institutional approach the organisation endeavours to educate and impart life skills to vulnerable children so that they become self reliant. Over the years Butterflies has initiated a number of innovative interventions in the field and partnered with various government and non-government agencies to garner support for children. Butterflies, India is supporting VOC for the immediate relief for earthquake affected living in vulnerable condition.

Web Site:  http://www.butterflieschildrights.org/

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Baal Dan Charities

Baal Dan Charities was formed to support the basic needs and social welfare of impoverished children (mostly orphans and street children) in Asia, Africa, North America and South America, and to promote their welfare. Since 2006, Baal Dan has provided aid to over 3,000 children through grants made to a coalition of grassroots partners such as orphanages and NGO's that are focused on orphans, street children and impoverished children (including refugees). Baal Dan has provided fund to VOC for the education of earthquake affected vulnerable/displaced children in a child friendly environment by supporting on their educational supplies.

Web Site:  http://baaldan.com/

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Leger Foundation

The mission of the LEGER FOUNDATION is to support innovative community-based initiatives in Quebec and elsewhere to improve the well-being of vulnerable and marginalized persons, at home and abroad. On July 9, 1981, the Canadian Senate approved a bill incorporating the Jules and Paul-Emile Leger Foundation. The approved bill received Parliamentary assent on December 18 that same year. The creation of this foundation is in keeping with the two brothers' wish to help the poorest people of the world. The Foundation bases its action on solidarity and humanist values and is non denominational. Leger Foundation is supporting VOC from 1st January 2015 to strengthen Break the Silence (BTS) network established for the protection of children in Nepal through training on the issue of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA), school orientation program and development of CSA materials.

Web Site:  http://leger.org/en