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Raising voice for accessibility infrastructure

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Ban Landmines Campaign Npeal (NCBL) raised the issue of accessible infrastructure for person with disabilities during a workshop on Agency Mapping on Post-Quake Reconstruction: A Social Rebuilding Perspective on 29 Nov 2018. NCBL stressed that changes to attitudes is extremely important for a wide-spread adoption of accessible buildings. Accessible infrastructure is necessary for all persons […]

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International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action 2018 – Advocacy & Lobbying

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This International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) would like to highlight major initiatives that have been taken and commitments that have been made. However, this week is not just about what our organization has done, but what anyone can do. Since its foundation in 1995, NCBL […]

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Sri Lanka Bans Cluster Bombs 2018 – Footsteps to Follow

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NCBL is pleased to share the wonderful news that Sri Lanka has acceded to the Convention on Cluster Munitions. We would like to commend and congratulate the Sri Lankan Campaign to Ban Landmines, and in particular Vidya Abhayagunawardena, for their determination to get their country on board the symbolic and meaningful convention. Make sure to […]

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Survivor’s Network Project Monitor – Visit to Dolakha

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NCBL-Visit to Dolakha NCBL started to support people in the Dolakha district of Nepal in 2015. The main project in the district was providing livelihood support to 75 survivors of landmines and IEDs, with the support of ICBL-CMC, as well as survivors of the 2015 earthquake and other people with disabilities (pwds). NCBL provided cash and […]

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Mine Ban Treaty – 20th anniversary celebration

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On September 18, 2017, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Mine Ban Treaty in Basantapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal. Before the day of celebration, NCBL advertised the event by posting the information on their website and on their Facebook page as well as sending emails to the Mine […]

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Interview with NCBL coordinator – Purna Shova Chitrakar

Here is the link to an interview with Purna Shova Chitrakar, coordinator of the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal. In this video, Purna shares a little bit of her journey to clear Nepal from landmines and reiterates the importance for Nepal to join the treaty. https://www.facebook.com/minefreeworld/videos/10155690626043119/  

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The Treaty Turns 20! Happy Anniversary!

On 18 September 1997, nations from around the world came together in Oslo to adopt the Mine Ban Treaty. Today we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the treaty! Banning landmines would have not been possible without great partnerships among civil society and governments. As Archbishop Desmond Tutu once said “if the Mine Ban Treaty has […]

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On 1 August, NCBL celebrated Treaty into Force Day

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On 1 August, on the occasion of Treaty into Force Day, Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a Intra School Public Speech Competition on the “Role of Youths to Ban Cluster Bomb”. During the competition, 9 students spoke impressively and 4 of them deserved prizes. The youths focused on the meaning, threats and usage of […]

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Public Speech Competition on Role of Youth Banning Cluster Bomb

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Stop investment on cluster bomb

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