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International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance

Brochure for April 4Today, April 4th is International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance, and in celebration NCBL has come up with the top 5 reasons why Nepal should join the Mine Ban Treaty this year! 1. Nepal has been landmine free since June 2011. This means that half of the job is already done! […]

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Why Nepal should join the Convention on Cluster Munitions

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NCBL Success Stories

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The NCBL aims to empower victims of landmines and ERW, survivors of natural disasters as well as persons with disabilities through various grassroots activities and programs. The NCBL offers trainings and activities with the purpose of building the capacities of the survivors and persons with disabilities to improve their access to opportunities. As a part […]

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Entry Into Force 17th Anniversary

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March 1st marked the 17th anniversary of the entry into force of the Mine Ban Treaty. Nepal has yet to sign the treaty, therefore March 1st marks an important day for advocating to government officials the importance of signing. The Mine Ban Treaty bans the use, production and transfer of anti-personnel mines, and enforces stockpile […]

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17th Anniversary of the entry into force of Mine Ban Treaty

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Tuesday March 1st, 2016 marks the 17th anniversary of the entry into force of the Mine Ban Treaty. This day provides an opportunity for NCBL to celebrate their achievements over the past year, and advocate for government officials to join the treaty. Over the next year, NCBL will work hard to support survivors of landmines […]

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Why Nepal still needs advocacy and survivor assistance

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The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) specializes in the area of advocacy; mine risk education and survivor assistance with psychological support, social and economic inclusions and advocating for legislation and policies changes with the Nepalese government. Since 1995 NCBL has held many support groups and training sessions that allow survivors to communicate with each other […]

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National Network of Mine Victims Capacity Training

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December 22, 2015, Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal and National Network of Mine Victim organized a capacity building training program for the 75 new network members to become better acquainted with the global campaign. Survivors of landmines, Improvised Explosive Device’s (IEDs), and the 2015 earthquake participated in the training that took place in Kathmandu at the […]

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