Call Us +977 1 4278990

GPO 5840, Sitapaila RingRoad,
Kathmandu Nepal

March 1st treaty-into-force event

Post Image

March 1st marks the treaty-into-force day of the Mine Ban Treaty (MBT). The MBT was a treaty of great importance in the movement to end the use of landmines worldwide. The treaty bans the use, production, and transfer of anti-personnel mines in addition to mandating stockpile destruction, mine field clearance, annual reporting, and victim assistance. […]

Read More

International Day of the Girl Child – October 11th, 2014

Post Image

NCBL is proud to support the International Day of the Girl Child, and wishes to highlight the work yet to achieve to ensure safe futures for girls all over the world. #dayofthegirl

Post Tagged with, ,
Read More

Winning Paintings: Paintings for Universalization of the Conventions and Protection of the Rights of Civilians

Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) would like to share with everyone the winning paintings from its “Paintings for Universalization of the Conventions and Protection of the Rights of Civilians” competition. The following three paintings were selected in December 2010 in honor of the International Day for Persons with Disabilities on December 3rd.

Read More

Inter-school Painting Competition on”Paintings for Universalization of the Conventions”

Post Image

Miniter of Justice and Law, Mr. Prem Bahadur Sing distributed the prizes to winners and delivered his speech in the painting competion. NCBL celebrated 3 December program as the anniversary of mine ban treaty and convention of cluster munition and international day of person with disabilities. The day was celebrated as a form of painting […]

Read More

Youth involved in MRE programs

Post Image

NCBL has done Risk education in three methods. Firstly, educating the youth and teaching in schools using games. In this, mine risk education was conducted in ten schools in Kathmandu. We encouraged them to teach in villages when they returned home in their holidays. Secondly, Risk education was conducted by integrating Risk Education with Victim […]

Read More

Appeals Distribution to the Legislature Parliamentarians

The NCBL distributed appeals to the legislature‐parliamentarians on 10 November 2009 at the legislature‐parliament at New Baneshwar, Kathmandu. With a view to generating awareness among the parliamentarians and common people.

Read More

Flying of balloons

The balloons were flown by campaigners ,youth campaigners and victims. The balloons carried messages like ’government play an effective role in  artagena summit; Ottawa Treaty be signed without a delay; formulate laws on landmines; comply with the provisions of the treaty within stipulated time; may Nepal never face a problem like landmines’ in the future; […]

Read More

A symposium was organized on “Nepal Government’s Effective Participation in Cartagena Summit” for the youth (8 November 2009)

The NCBL organized a symposium on “Nepal Government’s Effective Participation in Cartagena Summit” for the youth 8 October 2009. Chief Guest Bishnu Prasad Nepal, joint secretary at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction inaugurated the symposium by lighting an oil‐fed lamp. Presided at by Purna Shova Chitrakar, coordinator of the NCBL, the program was emceed […]

Read More

Graduation Day

Post Image

Kathmandu, Nepal Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a Graduation Day in partnership with WODES for the students who had passed SLC examination in 2008. This year seven students among the sponsored students by NCBL/WODES has completed their schooling. As a chief guest of the program, CA Member Hon. Yuwaraj Karki distributed a letter congratulating […]

Read More

Interaction Programs on Role of Student Organization to minimizing the risk of Mines / IEDs

Post Image

Kathmandu, Nepal On 2 April, representatives of 11 students organizations including the Maoist sister organization and of various students unions gathered in Kathmandu to discuss the role the student organizations in minimizing the risk of mines in Nepal. Victims from Ramechhap and Gulmi districts addressed the program, which reached the following concludions; “To minimze the […]

Read More