Our Yearly Report 2016 is here: Yearly Report 2016
The Activities & Programs Highlights 2016 here: CPCS Highlights 2016
89 (part time and regular) Staffs work in our centers and programs: 1 Risk Reduction Center, 1 Rehabilitation Centers and 17 CLASS Centers (CPCS Local Action Support and Services) in Kathmandu valley. 24 other CLASS centers in 3 other districts: Dolakha in the north of central region, Morang and Sindhuli in South of Eastern region, nearby India.
Around 2000 children receive daily support through our activities, 100 to 200 children are supported by our Socialization and Rehabilitation Centers, 1524 children receive full scholarship through our Prevention programs, 4948 medical consultations were provided, 79 youths or children received Legal support and up to 8200 children, youth and their family members were followed and helped by CPCS International in 2016.
Yearly, in average, this means 9840 daily CLASS sessions for 1524 kids, 1120 Health sessions for 35 children, 1190 parent meetings for 21 parents, 12250 family visits, and 6240 Medical cases to treat: 1110 cases to refer to a local Hospital, 215 cases to refer to general hospitals (or our clinic) in Kathmandu.
Our Progress report for the first semester 2016:
2015: The Regional Center Project in Dolakha …
A few years ago, We had the pleasure to address each of you individually and in person. Despite sending our annual reports out, keeping our Facebook page up to date and using our limited resources to communicate.
CPCS is shifting strategically (see “Master Plan” in the document). As Kathmandu continuously expands, the great city becomes increasingly more difficult to live in. The cost of renting is increasing, water is becoming more inaccessible and pollution is rising.
Of course, the “Children in street situation” project (street work, the medical project, the emergency hotline, the refuge, the socialization projects, the education ticket system and the first-level rehabilitation ) will continue despite our expansions elsewhere.
We have decided to reduce the size of the second and third-level rehabilitation programs (medium and long term) in Kathmandu and finally acquire a true and great space where children supported by CPCS can follow the rehabilitation process in a healthy and favorable environment of hope.
CPCS has bought 7000 m 2 of land in the district of Dolakha, located three and halve hours’ drive from Kathmandu. This is an outstanding place with great views and hundreds of children in the streets that come from the district itself as well as neighbouring districts. Establishing a rehabilitation center in such an area makes perfect sense. Let’s remember that CPCS is focusing on deinstitutionalization since years and that their gradual return to their community, their home if possible or that of a loved one is our first objective.
In addition, we are developing a huge preventive project reaching out to more than 1200 families.
Project Dolakha will be the support base for 500 children and their families who are at risk of separation with the possible outcome of their children ending on the street. The saying goes, “Prevention is better than cure”, which makes perfect sense and with this addition we hope to increase the efficiency of the project that has been set up in Dolakha (a working process since 2005).
Practically speaking, CPCS needs YOUR help, YOUR support, and YOUR generosity …
You can download the documents here:
Older Reports: 2006-2015:
- Report 2015: (english, Yearly report of CPCS activities in 2015)
- Report 2015 – January to June (english, CPCS activities in 2015)
- cpcs – Progress Report 2014 (english, CPCS activities in 2014)
- cpcs – 2012 report (english)
- cpcs – 2010 report_6m1_en (first six months, english)
- cpcs – 2009 report_en (annual report, english)
- cpcs – 2009 rapport_fr (rapport annuel, francais)
- cpcs – 2009 rapport_6m1_fr (rapport du premier semestre)