From our associate member Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN) – Annual Report 2019-2020
6 December 2020 5:38 pm
It is well known that Jcycn has been actively engaged in advocacy and campaign for the right of children and youth. The journey was initiated by a very young group of children below the age of 10 back in 1992 through the Jagriti Child Club.
Our combat for social justice in Nepali society was started with the fight for child participation in the social spheres by filing a case at the Supreme Court in 1999 turning it in our favor in 2001 which pave way for Nepali children to register Child club. Now we have observed almost 25,000 child clubs across the country.
Marching forward, expanding its working scopes, Jcycn was established in 2001 and registered on 3 October 2004. Gaining substantial experiences on the grassroots level of work, local bodies, the national level of policy advocacy, and international level of solidarity over the period of time, Jcycn has been additionally engaged in community development, disaster responses, and recoveries.
It has been a privilege for Jcycn to lead Social Organizations’ Network Affiliated to National Youth Council, National Child-Friendly Local Government Forum, Social Protection Civil Society Network, and National Coalition for Girls Rights currently.
This would not have been possible without coordination and collaboration with both state and non-state stakeholders. Jcycn express its sincere gratitude to its right holders, collaborative partners and supporters around the world.
Jcycn would like to present this annual report that gives a brief about its achievements, basically from the year of 2019-2020, wish you a good reading. We hope these pages will inspire you to join us in our mission in being Partners for Good and wish to receive continuous support from all our well-wisher.
Mr Tilottam Paudel
Please click here to download the annual report.