CPCS International

Dear all,

Oxygen cylinders, protective material, facemasks, disinfectant soap are life-saving during this second Corona wave in Nepal. Help us purchase this vital material.

CPCS thanks you for your generous contribution and for joining us.

Around 75 children visit Morang Regional Center every day. CPCS provides them with homework support, extracurricular activities, sports program as well as library and public awareness programs on a daily basis. The organization also helps them being aware about food and nutrition thanks to the snacks given.

Unfortunately, COVID-19 infections are on the rise again, this is why children also need to be reminded of the importance of wearing masks and being careful about their hygiene.

SFWF joint field visit

Yesterday, CPCS staff organized a SFWF joint field visit in Kathmandu valley. No less than six organization members participated in the program. The visit included Ratnapark, Thamel, Pashupati, Gothataar, and Balaju buspark where the participants met almost 50 youths and their families and had conversations with them. Some of them are really suffering from the consequences of the COVID-19. They are facing serious difficulties due to the pandemic: they are jobless, have thus no income, and lack food.

Educational tour

Last week, the children visited various places in Dolakha, such as Bhimeshwar Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple, Champuja Park or even the View Tower, thanks to educational tour programs. They were very happy for participating to this visit and getting the chance to learn a lot.  CPCS staff would like to thank them as well as the workers of the hotel near Bhimeshwar Temple who provided the children with free juice, biscuits and water.

Holi Festival

This week, the children celebrated Holi, a popular national Hindu festival which celebrates the beginning of Spring. On this day people gather, forget about their grievances, sing, dance and bring love to each other. Due to the situation concerts could not take place as they usually do in most cities, yet children had fun playing with colors, as they are believed to take all sorrow away and make life colorful. Happy Holi !

Interacting seminar

On the 21st of March the rural municipality of Dolakha and some of its different organizations organized an interacting seminar which aimed at discussing the provision of Children Act 2077 and its implementation on the local scale of the district. The program was even conducted by Aatmaram Thapa who is an official member of the National Child Rights Council in the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens.

Yesterday, the staff of Janajyoti secondary school BHCA center said goodbye to Miss Sulochana, a nurse who resigned a few days ago. They thanked her for her great support and honest work and wished her the best for the future.

Instead, they welcomed Miss Anamika Thapa in the vacant post and handed her all the required materials for her missions to come.

Visiting Sober Girls Rehab Center

Today CPCS staff visited the Sober Girls Rehab Center to organize a health camp for the girls who have been sent there through the National Child Rights Council.

Among the 55 girls present, 36 benefited from a health check-up.

They were mainly affected by leukorrhea, which caused them white or yellowish vaginal discharge. Hence, they were given a cream and also advised on how to maintain their hygiene.

There were also other illnesses such as abdominal pain, urgency (not able to control urine), skin burning sensation, chest pain, eye irritation or redness, toothache, cough, headache, menstrual disorder, nausea, or even STDs. Thanks to the medicine and advice provided, they got much better!

Publication of the yearly progress report

Hi everyone,

The new progress report of CPCS international association is henceforth available. Just click on the link below if you want to discover it. Enjoy your reading !

Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

Le nouveau rapport des progressions de l’association internationale CPCS est dorénavant disponible. N’hésitez pas à cliquer sur le lien ci-dessous pour le découvrir. Agréable lecture!

Children celebrated Maghe Sankranti, a Nepalese festival which brings an end to the winter solstice. CPCS International helped provide food such as laddus, the sphere-shaped snacks you can see on the pictures. Laddus are sweets originating from the Indian subcontinent, usually made from flour, sugar and fat, but can also contain semolina, coconut or sesame seeds.  Happy Maghe Sankranti !

Yesterday, CPCS International could watch Bhagawati secondary school students prepare for their dance competition. This performance attests that there is a real improvement in the country in terms of COVID-19: life has almost gone back to normal in the schools and extracurricular activities have resurfaced! 

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