ECPAT Luxembourg is a global network of organisations and individuals working together to eliminate child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free and secure from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation. The ECPAT acronym stands for ' End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes'. ECPAT Luxembourg has been supporting VOC since 2008. The funds provided are used in one of the projects called PACSA. The provided funds are used for resource center, developing training manuals, organizing workshops, and providing psychosocial therapy for children who require it.
PARTAGE is a French Humatarian Association independent of any political and religious affiliation created in 1973 to support child victims of war in Vietnam. Since then, the association has developed and supports other projects with the most disadvantaged children. PARTAGE has been supporting VOC since 2005.
World Childhood Foundation (WCF) was founded in 1999 by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden. WCF works to prevent exploitation of children. It has been supporting over 100 projects around the world, assisting the children who are at risk of or are victims of abuse, children who are in alternative care, street children and families at risk. It supports project not only financially but also through strategic capacity building and networking opportunities. VOC has become partner of WCF since 2013 to work for street children in Kathmandu.
ChildHope was established as an independent UK charity in 1989. With support from UNICEF, Save the Children (Sweden) and others, ChildHope grew out of the recognition of the huge and growing but neglected problem of children living and working on the streets of Africa, Asia and South America. Over the last twenty years, it has been working with local organisations to develop long lasting solutions aimed at tackling the root causes of the poverty and the injustice faced by children around the world. ChildHope has been supporting in VOC programs since 1st May 2015.
The mission of the LEGER FOUNDATION is to support innovative community-based initiatives in Quebec and elsewhere to improve the well-being of vulnerable and marginalized persons, at home and abroad. On July 9, 1981, the Canadian Senate approved a bill incorporating the Jules and Paul-Emile Leger Foundation. The approved bill received Parliamentary assent on December 18 that same year. The creation of this foundation is in keeping with the two brothers' wish to help the poorest people of the world. The Foundation bases its action on solidarity and humanist values and is non denominational. Leger Foundation is supporting VOC from 1st January 2015 to strengthen Break the Silence (BTS) network established for the protection of children in Nepal through training on the issue of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA), school orientation program and development of CSA materials.
Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB) is a statutory body created by the Children's Act 2048 BS (1992). It is charged with the overall responsibility to ensure realization of the rights of the children of Nepal by the state collaborating with civil society as well as national and international development organizations. It works towards protection of the children's rights as per the Child Rights Convention (CRC) standard. CCWB has overall responsibility to look after children's issues. It also has District Child Welfare Board (DCWB) each in all 75 districts. CCWB is supporting VOC in rescue of street children and their rehabilitation project since April 2016.
The consortium for street children is a global network that exists to give street children a voice, promote their rights and improve their lives. It does this through focus on Advocacy, Research and Development. Consortium for Street Children, UK has been contributing in Street Children Program of VOC Since 2017.
Kindernothilfe (German for "Supporting Children in need") was founded in Germany in 1959 as a Christian organization to support vulnerable and marginalized children and youth to develop their full potentials. We partner with local non-governmental organizations to implement 697 projects in 33 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean. KNH is supporting VOC since September 2018 for the project "Capacity Building of Vulnerable Women for Sustainable Development".
Jersey Overseas Aid is an independent international aid agency, funded by the states of Jersey, Which was established in 1968 to respond to humanitarian crises and work to reduce poverty through supporting projects overseas. Jersey Overseas Aid supports a variety of initiatives by partnering with select international organizations, by supporting local charities which work overseas, and by offering opportunities to Jersey residents to learn more about and become involved in international development. Since 1968, Jersey Overseas Aid has been working around the world responding to emergencies supporting international organizations, local charities and running community work projects with Jersey Volunteers. Jersey Overseas Aid is partnering with VOC for WASH project in earthquake affected and flood affected areas Lalitpur and Sunsari respectively.
Baal Dan Charities was formed to support the basic needs and social welfare of impoverished children mostly orphans and street children in Asia, Africa, North America and South America and to promote their welfare. Since 2006, Baal Dan has provided aid to over 3000 children through grants made to a coalition of grassroots partners such as children (including refugees). Baal Dan has provided fund to VOC for the education of earthquake affected vulnerable/displaced children in a child friendly environment by supporting on their educational supplies and emergency food relief support to flood victim children. Currently Baal Dan is supporting for food, shelter and education of street children living in the children center of VOC.