Concern Society Nepal, established on 31 January 2017 and officially registered in the Kavre district of Nepal, is a prominent non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to addressing critical issues related to child rights, including child participation, child protection, and access to quality education. Additionally, our organization actively engages in initiatives focused on fostering Child-Friendly Local Governance (CFLG), advocating for youth rights encompassing participation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and mobilization of volunteers. As a non-profit, non-political entity, Concern Society Nepal strives to employ innovative approaches to community-level development and youth mobilization. We foster a collaborative environment that encourages the exchange of ideas and experiences among development professionals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines. By doing so, we aim to contribute to national efforts in poverty alleviation, the protection of human rights, and the endorsement of the Declaration of CFLG.
Our mission is to reinforce the relationship between the state and its citizens by complementing and supplementing the initiatives of localgovernments, fostering increased local participation, contributing to policydevelopment, and inspiring action while prioritizing the rights of children,youth, and human rights concerns in Nepal.
Our vision is to create a dynamic, democratic, and productive society in Nepal, where children and youth fully
exercise their rights and every individual leads a dignified and productive life, while actively influencing policies
at all levels to safeguard their rights and foster sustainable and socially
Our goal is to advocate for good governance, establish a Child and Youth Friendly Local Government, and
facilitate sustainable community development in our operational areas, with a focus on ensuring the fulfilment
of rights and responsibilities
of the citizens.