OUR PARTNERS

Funding PartneRS

cws logo partners

Child Welfare Scheme works in partnership with organizations supporting front line work with disadvantaged and vulnerable children, young people and their communities, transforming their lives and providing them with life opportunities and the confidence to succeed.Their vision of a world where children are empowered with hope for a brighter future and realize their potential in a society that respects their rights and dignity is very much in line with Right4Children, who they partner with to provide funding and support.More information about Child Welfare Scheme can be found on cwshk.org and cwsn.org


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Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is an international Swiss hotel management company that’s represented in 25 countries and has 81 hotels. Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts believes in conducting business in a responsible and caring way thereby guiding the company towards sustainable business practices. By funding Right4Children‘s Vocational Training program, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts offers some of the most disadvantaged youths in Nepal an opportunity to learn skills in the hospitality sector and utilize that skill in a real job; providing them with both dignity and income. For more information about Mövenpick Hotels&Resorts visit movenpick.com


ONGD fnel partners

ONGD-FNEL is an NGO based in Luxembourg and its mission is to give better education to disadvantaged children in developing countries. It’s main geographic focus is Nepal. ONGD-FNEL funds Right4Children‘s media projects, including the Milijuli Bolaun child rights radio program and the child rights through art project.
More information about ONGD-FNEL can be found on ongd-fnel.lu


Government Line Agency Partners

District Education Office (DDC)District Development Committee  (DDC)District Child Welfare Board  (DCWB)

 

District Development Committee (DDC)
District Education Office (DEO)
District Child Welfare Board (DCWB)

SWC partners

 

Social Welfare Council (SWC)

 

PSMC partners

 

Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City