Who We Are
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 is 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
Good Treatment Campaign
Good Treatment Campaign (GTC) desire to see children not only treated well by the adults around them, but also for the children themselves to be aware.
‘Children Right to Birth Registration’ is our initiative to make every girl and boy visible in the eyes of the law while providing them with a first form of legal identity.
Anti-Human Trafficking Campaign
Raising awareness on human trafficking to 1500 community people by May, 2018, to protect the vulnerable community children and women from the risk of being trafficked.
Safe Drinking Water for Healthy Community
34-year-old Elisha Saru Magar from Kuwapani, Suryagadi Rural Municipality-2, is a member of Mathilo Bhimire Water User Committee. The devastating earthquake of April 25 and 12 May, 2015 had shattered the life of all Nepalese including Elisha’s family. The massive earthquake...
Reshaping Smriti Life through CLC
Seven- years-old Smriti Aryal is from Makwanpur District. She is now living with her maternal Grandparents in Bidur-06, Nuwakot. Grade one student of Shree Chwadi Secondary School, Smriti family depends on traditional agricultural farming. Due to her family ...
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.