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Better Care Network16 Apr 2018

This country care review includes the care-related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Benali, Amira - Université de Genève. Thèse7 Mar 2018

This dissertation is composed of four papers. It builds on the postcolonial and post-development theories to provide a critical and a multifaceted approach to understand volunteer tourism as a poverty business.

UNICEF23 Feb 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist in Nepal. 

Rise Learning Network22 Feb 2018

In this webinar, Yashoda Upreti from Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh), RISE member in Nepal, will share how the organization uses case management to provide a transparent monitoring and quality control system that facilitates a process to sustain actions to promote child protection, relying on teamwork and a strong child-centered approach.

UNICEF12 Jan 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Knowledge Management Consultant for Child Protection, Child Marriage and Disability in Nepal.

UNICEF12 Jan 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Knowledge Management Consultant for Child Protection, Child Marriage and Disability.

Dipendra Malla, Bishwas Acharya, Lil Bahadur Nepali, Anup KC, Pratik Gurung, Nanda Lal Gupta, Hoshiar Singh Chauhan - Progress in Medical Sciences23 Dec 2017

The objective of this study was to assess malnutrition and psychosocial dysfunction among vulnerable children as well as to determine the association between malnutrition and psychosocial dysfunction among orphan and vulnerable children in Kaski district, Nepal. 

Madhu Sudhan Atterayaa, Nasser B. Ebrahimb, Shreejana Gnawali - Child Abuse and Neglect9 Dec 2017

This study examined the prevalence of child maltreatment as measured by the level of physical (moderate to severe) and emotional abuse and child labor, and the associated household level determinants of child maltreatment in Nepal. 

Olivia Lang & Kevin McGregor - 100 Women: BBC News11 Oct 2017

This BBC 100 Women video features Indira Ranamagar, who ensures Nepali children whose mothers are incarcerated receive safe homes, care and education. 

Kate van Doore - Griffith University Law School, Forget Me Not5 Jul 2017

In this video, Kate van Doore describes the process of 'paper orphaning,' a term coined to characterize how children are recruited and trafficked into orphanages to gain profits through international funding and orphanage tourism.