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Our Vision and Aim

CWS envisions a safe and accessible pathway that leads Nepal’s disadvantaged children and young people from early childhood to sustainable livelihoods. CWS aims to reinforce this pathway so that no child gets lost or diverted away from it as they grow into adulthood.

What We Do

CWS focuses on providing the education, protection, and vocational guidance necessary to remove the most common obstacles children and young people encounter in their journey


Children and young people receive an education relevant to supporting the confidence and competency required to become successfully employed adults; this education is delivered in a safe, engaging environment, taught by teachers  trained to support students in achieving regular school attendance as well as academic success.


Children and young people are protected against abuse, exploitation, and trafficking so that they can attend school on a regular basis all the way to graduation.  Children who have left school and found themselves victims of exploitation are supported so that they can safely return to school or receive vocational training.

Livelihood Support

Young people receive vocational training and livelihood guidance, often in partnership with employers who are able to offer entry level jobs, in order the bridge the gap between school and employment.

Obstacles CWS Addresses

How We Work

CWS’s founding principle is
“local people solving local problems.”


This is based on the belief that the most successful way
to address the challenges facing Nepal’s young
population is to work with those who best understand
the environment and culture in which the young
Nepalese live.

CWS Works With

Local Communities
who become more
invested in the success of
a project if they are
actively engaged in its
design and management

Local NGOs 
who have track records
and a cultural
understanding of the
beneficiaries being

Local Governments 
who can offer the
benefits of collaboration
and the ability to scale
CWS projects once they
are proven successful.

Local Employers 
who can help young
people bridge the very
challenging gap
between school and a
first job.