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C reating Possibilities (CP)Nepal was founded in December 2006 by a group of professionals with a common vision. They came from diverse backgrounds such as the field of child rights, journalism, politics, social justice, and women's activism.
CP is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit social organization. CP envisions a democratic society where all children and women have their basic human rights fulfilled. The organization believes in the universal realization of human rights, and in transparent and good governance.
CP aims to establish an educational fund for the underprivileged children and women of Nepal; to launch income generating programs for their parents; to help women and children improve their leadership qualities; and to initiate local, regional and international alliances to combat labor exploitation and sexual violation of children and women.
CP plans to achieve these goals by raising resources from within Nepal as well as from international charities and friends. We prepare women and children to recognize and maintain their rights by connecting them with social networks, who remind the government about its obligation towards women and children.
Empowerment Through Education
There is no question or debate on the importance of girls’ education. Offering girls basic education is one sure way of giving them much greater power — of enabling them to make genuine choices over the kinds of lives they wish to lead.
CP has been financially empowering migrant families and their children, who are otherwise unable to attend school due to extreme poverty.
CP has provided support mostly to girls. These support programs have been funded by many benevolent individuals from the US and Europe.
Annual Bicycle Allocation
CP Nepal has distributed bicycles to support its grade 7 students since January 2011. Bicycles save time for studying and make it easier to carry wood and grass from the forest. CP Nepal dreamt about girls riding bicycles, going to school and at the same time helping their families.
Let’s build a better world together without
starving children, pain and death.
Our mission is to give life.
Fund and promote education
We support underprivileged and orphan children to attend school.
Empower women and children
We initiate local, regional and international alliances to combat labor exploitation and sexual violation of children and women.
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Projects by District.
2) Supported by Humani Trail: 11 underprivileged children
2) Supported by Really Healthy Company: 83 underprivileged children
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Maheswori Kumal Chaudhary
Maheswori was on the verge of drop out from grade 7, though she was a good student. Luckily she was able to continue school with Her International's support. Now she is very happy and will have a brighter future.
UNAKO Mothers Group
Unako means "her" in Nepali. Typically, Tharu women were subject to hard physical labor and dependant on landlords for money. To become financially independent and empowered, this group of Tharu women make scarves and jewellery to support themselves and their families.
Fulfilling an Unreachable Dream.
Sunita, 14, had a hidden desire. She wished her family could own a car, or any vehicle for that matter. But she knew her father, a daily wage earner, could never afford one. With CP's support, she now has a bicycle and will continue to attend school.
- May 15, 2017
- March 14, 2017
- March 6, 2017
- January 15, 2016
- July 27, 2015