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ICBL visit NCBL – Closing Statement

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On October 17th to October 23rd 2014, Firoz Alizada from the International Campaign to Ban Landmines Geneva visited the NCBL and its Survivor Network Project. He met with core group of the network to discuss the overall implementation status of the project including achievements and challenges facing the network. He visited ten of the Kathmandu based survivors […]

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Goat Livelihoods Training in Dang District

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From July 21 to 25, 2013, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) traveled to Dang district to conduct the first phase of its Goat Livelihoods Program entitled: “Poverty Alleviation through Income Generation from Goat Farming.” Partnering with local livestock experts Krishna Paudel and Govinda Nepali, NCBL conducted community empowerment trainings with 50 families in five […]

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NCBL Celebrates 18 Years of Promoting Peace in Nepal

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On July 5, 2013, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) celebrated its 18th anniversary. To mark the occasion, NCBL hosted staff, members, and students for a celebratory event of speeches, cultural performances and – of course – birthday cake! Over the past 18 years, NCBL has won many victories: from mobilizing survivors for the government’s […]

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Girl Child Education Scholarship Program

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– Ms. Nelupa Wijesundera Mines Action Canada Program Officer Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) visited the schools of Bardia, Dang, Kapilvastu, Rupandehi, Chitwan, Ramechhap, Dhading and Kathamndu to support girls through education in 2012. NCBL is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that is dedicated to banning the use of landmines, and supporting landmine survivors and victims […]

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Strengthening victims and persons with disabilities

VA Programs and Activities of Victims Purna Shova Chitrakar Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) has been carrying out victim assistance program since 2004. The victim assistance programs comprise capacity building, leadership development, and economic empowerment.  After the implementation of the victim assistance initiative, the victims have been conducting the […]

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Number of Girl children supported by NCBL/WODES increased

NCBL/WODES educational project is now able to support an additional 100 conflict victim girl children for formal school education from 2011. For the year 2011 the total number of children in this project will be 320.

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Refresher Training to the Mines and IED victims

NCBL organized a Refresher Training to the mine and IEDs victims on 2-3 November 2010. In the training victims from civilians, Nepal Armies, Armed Force Police, Nepal Police, commanders of  PLA (Maoists) and disabilities by other causes. Through the training NCBL became possible to bring victims from all sectors. NCBL is proud to say that […]

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Distribution of Scholarship and video documentary show

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More than 13,000 people lost their lives during the decade-long armed conflict. Hundreds of people were maimed, disappeared and displaced as a result of the armed conflict. Irrespective of their family lineage, the children had no concern with the conflict. But the parties to the conflict made the optimum use of children. Hundreds of children […]

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Report of Video Documentary release

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Update: Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) and the Women Development Society (WODES) jointly launched a video Documentary of conflict victim children titled “Ujyalotira” (Towards the Light) was shown in Kathmandu on 20 June 2009 on the occasion of Global Week of Action Against Gun Violence. The chief guest Honaurable Gauri Pradhan, a member of National Human Right Commission inaugurated the program. Purna […]

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Schoolarship Distribution

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Kathmandu, Nepal Schoolarship program was organized in NCBL’s office for students studying in Kathmandu. Materials like school bag, stationary, school fees etc. were distributed to the students.

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