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A discussion program on Sustainable Peace: Challenges of Improvised Explosive Devises and Its Solution

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The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a discussion program on Sustainable Peace: Challenges of Improvised Explosive Devises and Its Solution on 13 November 2018. In that program Mr. Krishna Kumar Tamang, Retired Additional Inspector General of Armed Force Police presented a paper on that theme. Purna Shova Chitrakar, Coordinator of Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal […]

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Survivors meeting at Kathmandu

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The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal organized a meeting of survivors at the NCBL office on 7 May 2018 with the aim to share the further development of SNV project, disseminate the information of NCBL activities, government update, and evaluation of the impact of survivor’s delegation to the government. Discussion and conclusion: SNV project: It was […]

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WODES/NCBL Relief Fund

6 days after the massive earthquake of Saturday, the death toll has crossed 5800. Search and rescue teams continue to pull people out from collapsed buildings. Around 14,000 people have been treated for injuries. Moreover, the earthquake has also forced thousands of people into temporary camps. These people are in need of proper food, clean […]

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Vacancy Announcement (Program Coordinator)

1. Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal, is seeking application for the position of Program Coordinator. Post Title: Program Coordinator Duration: Three months and possible extension Duty Station: Sitapaila, Ring Road Kathmandu Major Duties and Responsibilities • Frequently visit in Ramechhap, Dolakha, Dhading, Chitwan and Rautahat districts • Develop weekly and monthly work plan and budget of […]

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Updates on the Data Center

The Online “Data Collection, Visualization and Analysis Application” is continuously being improved. We are working to publish new types of data representation and analysis techniques online. Till date we have already created 20 useful plots to help us and people following this application analyze violence in Nepal. Following are the links to these plots: Age group of […]

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NCBL celebrates CMC Global Day of Action: 1 August, 2012 (Inter-School Table Tennis Competition)

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On August 1st, 2012, Mr. Sushil Paudyal, Secretary of the  Ministry of Youth and Sports, shared strong and positive remarks with regards to Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal’s (NCBL) mine action initiatives over the years. The day marked the celebration of the second anniversary of the entry into force of the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM). […]

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Capacity Building Training on “Young Women for Change”

NCBL/WODES jointly organized a two-day workshop at the Staff College in Jawalakhel to train 36 girls from the districts of Arghakhanchi, Bardiya, Dhading, Dhang, Kathmandu and Ramechap. All of the girls are recipients of NCBL’s Girl Child Education Scholarship program. The goal of the workshop was to train the girls and build awareness and capacity […]

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Control Arms Meeting

With the coordination of Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL), members of Young Women for Change affiliated with Women Development Society (WODES), and National Campaign for Peace Building affiliated with Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) jointly organized a meeting on June 13th, 2012. The meeting marks the upcoming deadline established by the UN General Assembly for […]

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“Lend your Leg” campaign in Nepal

On a sunny afternoon, overlooking the beautiful Kathmandu Valley, members of the Ban Landmines Nepal Campaign (NCBL) gathered at the hilltop of Swayambhunath Temple to spread the message of peace in a mine free world. As visitors from all over the world took in the beautiful sights of the temple, they were also made aware […]

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101st International Women’s Day

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NCBL, on the ocassion of the 101st International Women’s Day (8th March 2012), organized a symposium on “Women, Security and Peace”. The symposium was organized under the campaign “Lend Your Leg for Banning Indiscriminate Weapons”. This month long campaign will end on 4th April 2012. On the ocassion, chief guest and former minister Mrs. Urmila […]

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