CPCS International

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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