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Introduction
Bagmati Welfare society Nepal (BWSN) is a local non-governmental organization established in Sarlahi district in 1995 AD with registration no. 65/2051 in District Administration Office (DAO), Sarlahi. It is also affiliated to Social Welfare Council (SWC) with registration no 13303 and NGO Federation Nepal. It is also institutionally associated with Human Right and Social Justice Forum – Nepal, NANGAN-Nepal NGO coordination committee, Sarlahi and Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) network. BWSN is primarily working for protecting and promoting human rights of marginalized, disadvantaged and vulnerable communities through developing their leadership and advocacy skills to claim their rights and engage in human rights promotion activities.
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Highlights


Mission

Mission

To work towards creating a prosperous, peaceful, free and equity-based Nepali Society

Vision

Vision

The BWSN envisions a prosperous, peaceful, free, equity-based Nepali society that ensures human rights and is free from any discrimination.

Norms and Values

Norms and Values

BWSN believes in peace, sustainability, integrity, development, transparency, equity, inclusive participation and good governance as the implementation process of development activities.

Goals

Goals

To promote inclusive economic, social, political and environmental development through rightsbased, participatory and democratic process to eliminate social evils, illiteracy, ignorance, ill-health, immorality, discriminatory practices, environmental degeneration, undemocratic norms and usages.

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Target Group

BWSN works for protection and promotion of human rights of marginalized communities including: Poor, Deprived, Dalits, Differently Able and elderly Persons, Women, Children and youths, disadvantaged Muslim and Madhesi communities.

Major Areas of Interventions

In order to fulfill vision, mission and goal of BWSN, the following five areas of interventions are identified:

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Livelihoods /Nutrition

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Health and WASH

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Education


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Promotion of Inclusive Governance

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Disaster Risk Reduction, NRM, and Climate Change