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About us

Center for Awareness Promotion (CAP) Nepal, is a non-profit organization established in 2003. CAP is based in Kathmandu. The primary aim of CAP is to emancipate women and girls gender based violence and discrimination; to rescue and prohibit the trafficking of women and children and to reform cultural malpractices. CAP Nepal also works abolish commercial sexual and labor exploitation of women and children.

CAP Nepal’s goal is to equip each and every woman and girl that enters their program to become economically self-reliant. It seeks to work toward the abolition of gender based inequalities. Its goal is to provide equal rights and privileges to the deprived women of Nepal by taking several reformatory measures such as providing free education, vocational training, enrichment and empowerment workshop, meditation and self reliant courses, shelter and alternative job placement.

To that end, CAP Nepal provides services that lend to the rehabilitation and reintegration of minors into society by starting the healing process with free psychological counseling, legal counseling and free education and so on. CAP Nepal also provides assistance to destitute women via maternal & child healthcare programs, thereby improving the quality of life for the women of this forgotten segment of society. CAP strives to help women achieve liberty and emancipation.

Funding Partners
Global fund for children
Freedom Fund
Paropakar Maternity and women hospital (Ministry of Health)
Angles joy


CAP Nepal’s goal is to assist women and young girls to move away from a life filled with violence and exploitation toward a life that provides freedom of choice, self-confidence, self-empowerment and eventual emancipation.

Our Objectives

  • To work with women for economic empowerment.
  • To provide a safe home for survivors of trafficking and sexual abuse.
  • To conduct survey, studies and researches on contemporary issues.
  • To aware community and society on women and children rights through media and workshops.
  • To minimize gender based violence of women and girls, human trafficking; commercial sexual and labor exploitation and cultural malpractices.