Women and Children Welfare Society (WCWS) was established in 2009 by professionals and marginalized people in the field of development and public health sector. WCWS is a non-political, non- profit oriented, non-religious and non-governmental development organization based in Malangwa, Sarlahi Nepal. The aim of the organization is to create an advanced society where people live with healthy and dignified life without any violence and discrimination by designing, planning and implementing community development programs, essential health care services, gender and development issues, violence against women and children, capacity enhancing, awareness against dowry system and relief programs in close coordination and cooperation with donors, I/NGOs and government line agencies as well as community based organizations through participatory approaches and other effective modalities. The organization helps people in need especially for women and children as well as marginalized and deprived population.
WCWS also has in place various organizational policies and guidelines for smooth operations of the organization.
Creation of an advanced society where people live with healthy, independent and dignified life without any violence and discrimination.
Create a self–reliant society through active participation of the women and children as well as marginalized and deprived people in decision making and other development issues.
1. Empower people through providing crucial information, quality education, essentials health care services and capacity building activities
2. Advocate to stop all types of violence against women and children via coordination and cooperation with donors, I/NGOs and line agencies as well as community based organizations and networks
3. Aware people against dowry system through advocacy, training, seminar, debates and behavior change communication among rural community
4. Provide relief package at times of disaster and emergency situations
5. Carry out different health activities to promote public health initiatives