Current Development Partners Of National Federation Of The Disabled Nepal
1. Government of Nepal, Ministry of the Women Children and Social Welfare (MoWCSW)
This is the focal government agency of Governemt of Nepal which deals with disability issue. This ministry has a dedicated division called- Disability Promotion Division, led by Joint Secretary.
2. Disabled Peoples’ Organization of Denmark (DPOD)
DPOD (Disabled Peoples Organisations – Denmark) is a Danish umbrella organisation with 32 member organisations, representing 320.000 people in Denmark.
3. Norwegian Federation of the Organizations of Disabled People (FFO – Norway)
The Norwegian Federation of Organisations of Disabled People (Norwegian: Funksjonshemmedes Fellesorganisasjon, FFO) is an umbrella organization for interest organizations of disabled people in Norway. It was founded on 21 September 1950.
4. Handicap International (HI)
Handicap International is a non-governmental organization created in 1982 which aims to help disabled and vulnerable people in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster.
5. Disability Rights Promotion International (DRPI)
DRPI is a collaborative project to establish a comprehensive, sustainable international system to monitor human rights of people with disabilities. It is based within York University, Canada.
6. Plan Nepal
Plan Nepal works to help children realise their rights and lift them out of poverty. Plan Nepal also strengthen the delivery of essential services and advocate on behalf of poor children and their families
7. Netherland Leprosy Relief – Nepal (NLR)
NLR is an international forerunner in freeing the world of leprosy and of exclusion due to disabilities. NLR promotes and supports the health, ability and full inclusion in society of people affected by leprosy and persons with disabilities.
9. International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES)
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) supports citizens’ right to participate in free and fair elections. Our independent expertise strengthens electoral systems and builds local capacity to deliver sustainable solutions.
10. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything it does and works all around world to translate that commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children, everywhere.
11. Australian Embassy / Australian Aid
The Australian Government’s new development policy Australian aid: promoting prosperity, reducing poverty, enhancing stability and new performance framework Making Performance Count: enhancing the accountability and effectiveness of Australian aid introduce key shifts in our aid program.
12. My Rights
MyRight is the Swedish disability rights movement’s umbrella organisation for international development work. MyRight is a politically and religiously independent aid organisation that works to ensure that persons with disabilities are better able to access their rights.
13. FAIR MED
FAIRMED – previously known as «Leprosy Relief Emmaus Switzerland» – is a development organization that has been instrumental in providing access to health care for marginalized communities and individuals through its motto of “health for the poorest”. FAIRMED aims at breaking the vicious cycle of poverty and disease with Disability-Inclusive Development as an essential tool.
CBM is an international Christian development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of people with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world.
15. Atlas Alliance
The Atlas Alliance is an umbrella organisation consisting of Norwegian organisations of people with disabilities, parents and patients that are involved in international work. Since 1981 the Atlas Alliance has supported projects for people with disabilities in countries in the South.