Disabled Children

 

In the context of disabled children GRT, as part of the project " Development of activities for street children in Nepal, by strenghtening the organisations CBR in Bhaktapur in connection with CWIN in Kathmandu" has started a partneship with a local organisation called CBR. 

CBR had the ability to move throughout the country, going house to house, evaluating each situation and providing families and schools with rehabilitation tools. 

Moreover, when creating technical support for disabled children, CBR has always tried to look for cheap and local material, available in-country so then sustainability could have been guaranteed. 

At the end of this project, GRT has maintaned an on-going relationship with CBR, supporting it in some specific situations with private funds and through the work of its advisors. 

Targets

 

Nepalese disabled children have been the main beneficiaries of this project, thanks to the collaboration between GRT and CBR. 

Funds

 

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Child Protection

 

The street represents the only educational path for many children and at the same time it represents a broad and fascinating place even though often scary and terrible.  

This is the reality of the street children in Nepal, Romania, Nicaragua, Somalia but also of some big European cities with their non accompanied minors. 

In these contexts GRT's objective is to defend children's rights and wishes in the first place and then propose a rehabilitation. 

Nepal

In Nepal GRT has been dealing mostly with ethnic minorities and child protection by working closely with local partners. At the same time, after having carefully examined the needs of the country, GRT has also worked with topics such as violence against women and traffic of human beings, especially women and children. The work has mostly been focused on the causes that bring people to be victims, like extreme poverty, family breakdown, domestic violence or gender discrimination. 

GRT has then supported Nepal during the earthquake of 2015 as well as helping the country with the project HelpLine, to defend and promote children's rights in different contexts such as family, school and community.