Hundreds of Nepali organizations both governmental and nongovernmental are working in the field of social reformations. The following table shows some of those NGO's along their respective activities.
|1.||Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Centre (CWIN)||Working for the conservation of child rights and fighting against child labour exploitation.|
|2.||Informal Sector service (INSEC)||Protecting and promoting human rights.|
|3.||Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists (NEFEJ)||Helping environmental protection and development.|
|4.||Maiti Nepal||Working against girl trafficking and women exploitation and helping victims in their rehabilitation.|
|5.||Lutheran World Federation Nepal (LWF Nepal)||Working to empower the poor and disadvantaged groups and helping the Bhutanese and Tibetan refugees|
|6.||Centre for victims of Torture Nepal (CVICT)||Working to rehabilitate victims of torture and trauma, and to advocate for the prevention of human rights violations and abuses|
|7.||Backward Society Education (BASE)||Creating an explosion free society through awareness raising and skill development in rural areas.|
|8..||Communication Corner||Providing technical knowledge, research, services, radio programme production training and media consultancy.|
|9.||Gurkha Army Ex-Servicemen Organization (GAESO)||Working for the welfare of the ex-Gurkha British servicemen.|
|10.||Eco-himal||Helping to raise the living standard of people living in Himalayan region.|
|11.||Sancharika Samuha (SAS)||Developing gender sensitive media.|
|12.||National Labour Academy (NLA)||Promoting the welfare of the laborers|
|13.||Himalayan Project||Working towards promoting education and culture in remote areas.|
|14.||Health Net Nepal||Serving the Nepalese health community by providing affordable Internet service, access to health information, and technical support for several regional information-sharing initiatives.|
|15.||DidiBahini (Gender equality in Nepal)||Working towards achieving equal involvement of men and women in all development activities.|
Health Net Nepal
HealthNet Nepal is a non-governmental organization(NGO) that serves the Nepalese health community by providing affordable Internet service, access to health information, and technical support for several regional information information-sharing initiatives. The user of HealthNet Nepal is health workers from several prominent health and medical facilities, university department, and non-governmental organizations. HealthNet Nepal was established in partnership with SATWLLIFE, a non- governmental organization based in Watertown, Massachusetts whose mission is to combat isolation and information poverty among health professionals throughout the developing world.
Based on the news published in different newspapers and broadcast on radio or TV, the works of some NGO's are:
a. Maiti Nepal: Its works are:
- To rehabilitate the victims of girls trafficking and domestic violence.
- To monitor strongly in border area where girl trafficking takes place.
- To create awareness programme on girl trafficking and domestic violence.
b. INSEC: Its works are:
- To work on human rights.
- To find out and study on the activities of violation of human rights.
- To inform and make the state aware of the violation of human rights.
c. Poverty Elimination Fund: Its works are:
- To unite the poor.
- To assist economically for the income generating programme.
- To study, monitor and evaluate to such groups.
d. Didi bahini: Its works are:
- To raise the voice against gender discrimination.
- To study and investigate gender discrimination.
- To create and conduct awareness programme against suppression and violence against women.
Nepal is a developing country. In developing countries like Nepal, there will be several non-governmental organizations, so there are many in Nepal too. They are BASE, INSEC, NEFEJ, NLA, Health Net Nepal, Didibahini etc. These organizations have been working in various sectors of Nepal and thus providing a wide range of contribution for social reform.
Although they are working for people's betterment, they concentrate for earning. These social organizations get much more financial support from donor agencies. However, they do not work even a ten percent. Nominally they are working but for they own benefits and personal matters.