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A Child's Life Foundation is the USA's support organization for Social Development Campaign Nepal (SDC-Nepal) -- both our organizations are non-profit status 501(c)(3).
We cooperate to change the lives of Nepalese people.
SDC was established in 1999 and has been involved with empowering underprivileged children for the last few years. It is registered with the Government of Nepal and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council under the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare, Government of Nepal.

Children in Nepal

                                      children with a promising future?
Do these Nepalese children see a promising future for themselves?

 A Child's Life Foundation together with our partner, SDC, have chosen to work with child laborers, because their situation is one of the worst in the world.
Nepal has 2.6 million child laborers according to one estimate by the International Labor Organization (ILO).  Most of these children are working as household workers. Many are employed in brick kilns, transport, mines, factories and other extremely risky businesses.

A Child's Life-Nepal is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your donation is tax-deductible.


Smile Nepal project is concentrating its efforts on the children in the brick kilns. The project plans to provide the children with a formal school education as per the curriculum of the Government of Nepal. more

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Our Partner - SODEJ Nepal
Staff and children of SODEJ
Society of Development Journalists (SODEJ) is an association of talented and motivated young journalists who want to make a difference in the lives of the Nepali people through progress. more

Shoshana visits Nepalese
                                orphans.The purpose is to have the children document their lives as child laborers in the brick yards. more

Related Organization Supporting Young Women in Nepal:

Bo M. Karlsson Foundation

The Bo M. Karlsson Foundation (BMKF), a non-profit organization awards scholarships to universities and trade schools to underprivileged young women in Nepal.
BMKF strives to find candidates whose access to systems of higher education has been limited and who otherwise would not be able to attend. With an all-volunteer board in the U.S. and volunteer advisors in the U.S. and Nepal, the majority of the donations raised goes directly to providing women with all the financial resources they will need to be successful in their educational pursuits.
The Foundation's goal is to work individually with all the recipients, giving them guidance and encouragement so that they can complete their educational programs and become self-reliant, confident and productive citizens in their own country.