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Children At Risk Network Nepal (CarNetNepal) is a Christian Non- profit and Non- governmental organization working for the holistic restoration of Children At Risk (C@R) in Nepal. It was registered at District Administration Office (DAO) Lalitpur under the Act 2034 and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council. (DAO Regd. # 187/61/62 & SWC Aff. #18114).  CarNetNepal is the associate member of  Viva Network and a member of NGO Federation of Nepal.

 

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“Do not withhold good from those who deserve it, when it is in your power to act.” - Proverbs 3:27

Latest Campaign

Educate Girl Educate Nation

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Let Them Play

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Motivate Children to Education

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Case Stories

“Being hygiene is not only about me but us,” said Sarita Tamang

14 year old girl, Sarita Tamang is a grade 5 student of Shree Chandra Prabha Primary School, Kharanitar, Tadi Rural Municipality-4, Nuwakot a father, mother, older brother and a younger sister. Her father is a farmer and ...

‘Reshaping Smriti Life with CLC’

7 years old Smriti Aryal is from Makwanpur district. She is now living with her maternal Grandfather and Grandmother in Bidur-06, Nuwakot. Grade one student of Shree Chwadi Secondary School, Smriti family depends on...

‘Hygiene and Sanitation: My Priority’, said Urmila Tamang

Lachyang is a village in Suryagadi Rural Municipality with road access in non-monsoon season, drinking water facility, health services and primary schools. People are mostly engaged in agriculture in this area and had...

CarNetNepal Videos

CarNetNepal presents ‘Sani’ (a Nepali feature film) based on a true story. It is a story of a Sani (a little girl) who was sold several times by her own relatives and lived a very difficult life as a prostitution.
This film is used as a tool in the communities to raise awareness on human trafficking and its consequences.