Projects


Scholarship (Educational Support)
YCN Scholarship Programme was developed in August 2005 as a result of fieldwork. When visiting villages and rural areas, many families were found to be without the financial resources to send their children to school, although they were quite capable of looking after their own children with some financial help. Therefore, YCN decided to support these children in attending the local government school by helping them with admittance fees and by covering other costs such as medical expenses, books and uniforms related to their attendance at the school. Depending on the financial situation of the family, children are provided with either full or partial scholarships. YCN monitors the attendance and performance of all of the scholarship children. From 2011 we are take care to the child who don’t have prance now we have 6 child who don’t have prance. We have given them family interment.

The Women’s Empowerment Project (WEP)
The Women’s Empowerment Project (WEP) is designed to empower single women who have been living nearby kavre, yet have many difficulties obtaining the training and skills necessary for employment due to their poverty level.
Many women and girls have been exploited in horrific ways such as: sexual abuse or trafficking of young girls who end up in the brothels of Indian cities. Due to illiteracy and gender inequality most of the domestic violence is kept secret with the fear of losing social reputation mainly to prevent possible rejection from their male counter parts. There are no clear laws to deal with this situation.
The empowerment of the women will be one big step forward to overall development of the nation. As Nepal has already entered into a new age of change, equality between male and female should be one of the top priorities for policy makers. Unfortunately, the policies are determined slowly and have not been implemented yet into society. Our organization aims to reach the society by implementing this project from the bottom up, by providing the women with the necessary skills.
To start this program, we have already taken a big step forward. Together with who want help for this program We have already conducted three months of training in tailoring and a second phase of training on agriculture and livestock has recently been started. This program not only provides technical knowledge but also provides enough motivational classes, business classes, counseling service as well as micro finance support so the participants can implement their knowledge and skills into their everyday lives.