Right4Children

  • Reconstruction work under going process at Marpak Pokhara Primary School, Dhading (EQ Project)
  • Art workshop in Kalika Secondary School
  • ICT Training for the teachers
  • Our 12 inspiring interns for CFS Project.

About us

Right4Children is an NGO based in Pokhara, Nepal. We give children and young people the opportunity of having the life they want to have.  Read more.. 

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Annual Review 2016

Our latest annual review 2016 is here! Please click below to read our Annual Review 2016. See here 
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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

  • Art Workshop in August

      In August the second phase of this year’s art workshop project has been introduced, with the first workshop taking […]

  • Update: Reconstruction work in progress

    Our Earthquake Rebuilding Project is going well. The reconstruction work is currently going on 3 of the 8 schools. Of […]

  • ICT training program for teachers

    The CFS Project organized a 3-day ICT (Information Communication Technology) training for teachers taking place from 6th to 8th august. Mr. […]

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On the occasion of the National Children’s Day, Right4Children organized an Inter school Debate competition on the 12th of September . The topic of the competition was ‘use of Internet : Helpful or Harmful for Children ? ’ .

Total of 24 students from 12 schools participated in the competition. The judges selected top 6 contestant for the next round .

In the second round, the six contestants made their presentations in the radio programme Milijuli Bolaun which will be aired this Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

Please listen to the programme. After listening their speeches, you can also vote your favorite contestant. To vote, you have to type the name of the contestant and send sms to 9846815100. The winners will be announced in the next episode of Milijuli Bolaun Radio Programme.

To listen the radio programme online, please visit www.milijulibolaun.org .
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''Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, make this world a beautiful garden.''

Happy Children's Day 2074

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News Letter

Read the 3nd issue of our Newsletter. click here