Welfare Centre Nepal is a non-profit, privately owned and operated non-governmental organisation, which was established in 1995 in
Children Welfare Centre (CWC) was founded to provide dedicated care
for children who are orphaned, socially oppressed, helpless, or
abandoned by their parents and society. Many children at CWC
originate from remote areas of Nepal where, due to dire family
circumstances, they were unable to receive adequate food, shelter or
education. Others have been found wandering the streets, abandoned. At CWC
we aim to give a future to some of the most impoverished
children in the country.
orphanage is run by women who have taken it upon themselves to make a
difference for some of the world’s most underprivileged and helpless
children. CWC is based in a clean, safe and loving home in Godawari, Kathmandu.
Our main aim is to help children regain their
right to a childhood, education and love. Without this haven,
the children would be on the streets and vulnerable to the child
labour and sex-trafficking industries, which are disturbingly
prevalent in Nepal.
officially registered with His Majesty’s Government of Nepal with the
registration number 1153/056/057. It is also an active member of the
Social Welfare Council of Nepal (affiliation number 10427). CWC does
not receive any support from the government of Nepal and is not
affiliated with any political organisations. Financially, it currently relies
solely on private donations.
little help can bring great hope.
CWC's new building
Kids on a forest walk
Children doing artwork
Walking to school in the morning
Children eating "Dal Bhat"