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Mandwi and it's introduction


Mandawi is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-partisan organization dedicated to work strategically to contribute for overall development of Nepal. The collective focus of Mandawi has been on providing support to communities and government of Nepal to develop processes that promote the inclusive growth and development for better-quality life of citizens of Nepal with special attention to the people of Madhesh.
Mandawi was founded in 2009 by a consortium of proactive women rights activists, Lawyers and community people. It works to empower civil society, communities and government of Nepal to raise voices against gender based and domestic violence. Mandawi focuses over good governance, Peace and justice and gender justice, Economic Empowerment. Mandawai has consistently succeeded in creating government accountable in Nepal through media campaigns, advocacy, negotiation, correspondence and public interest litigation.
Training, networking, sharing of best development practice, research to influence and aware stakeholders at policy level has been the focus of Mandawi’s work.

Creates the conditions to empower the Nepalese people through research, advocacy, litigation and capacity building for economic growth and opportunity by promoting innovation, entrepreneurship and competitiveness.

Mandwai is guided by a set of principles to build creative and trusting relationships among minority people, their organizations and government to meet program standards as follows:

• give priority to the needs and interests of the people we serve;
• encourage self reliance and avoid creating dependency;
• are based on the authentic participation of people in programs that affect their lives;
• respect and foster human rights, both socio-economic and civil-political;
• seek to enhance gender equity and social inclusion; and
• Understand and respect the history and culture of the people we serve.

Nepalese people’s basic rights are guaranteed through social, economic, environmental and political justice.
• To act as watchdog in the areas of environment conservation, women rights and child welfare, by virtue of alternative dispute resolution, negotiations and litigation.
• To increase government and private sector accountability and transparency through good governance.
• To conduct research aimed at identifying underlying causes of the problems at the various levels of Community and specifically targeted area
• To enhance the capacities of local government and CBOs through training, seminars, workshops and other means of information dissemination.
• To support in resolving the Local level disputes at Community level
• To enhance, build and aware the Community about environmental Degradation /Problem
• To support the women who are victimized by Domestic Violence
• To support the Human rights, Women rights and Children rights approaches
• To support and advocate for formation and implementation of Truth and Reconciliation Commission and other constitutional bodies of Govt. of Nepal

On Going Projects
Women’s Right Awareness Program
Legal AID for Women and poor people

a. Radio Program SUNU SAKHI on current affairs related with Women’s issues at 7.15 pm on Friday on Janakpur FM 101.8 MH
Past Projects:
Educations related Program
Mandwi’s Focus Area
Women’s Right Awareness Program
Legal AID and Counseling for Women and poor
Good Governance and Peace and Justice
Research and Development
Conflict resolution
Gender Sensitization: Strengthening Access to Justice for Women, Poor and Marginalized through various level of awareness

• Academia,
• Private sector organizations,
• Media,
• Political parties,
• Government line agencies,
• NGOs/umbrellas/networks,
• Opinion leaders/
• Individual

Geographic focus
• Terai and adjoining hilly districts like wise :- Bara, Parsa, Rautahat, Sarlahi, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Siraha, Sapatari, Udaypur, Sunsari, Morang, Jhap, Dang, Kailali, Kanchanpur, Bake, Bardiya, Nawalparasi, Kapilbastu, Chitwan, Makwanpur, Rupendehi

DAO Reg. No.1464 registerd under Nepal Government.
Pan No.303799238
SWC Affiliated No.28504
Head Office
Mandwi 'empowring women'
Gaur-3, Rauthat
Mobile: 9745001352

Contact Office:
Mandwi 'empowring women'
Milanchowk, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
Phone: 01-2043708
Mobile: 9841756378

Contact Office:
Mandwi 'empowring women'
Pirariyamaithan, Ward No.-4, Jankapurdham
Mobile: 9844021237

Contact Office:
Mandwi 'empowring women'
Jaleshwor municipality Ward No-5
Mobile: 9844029689

Contact Office:
Mandwi 'empowring women'



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