International Day of Girl Child celebration on 11th October 2016.

International Day of Girl Child: NEDAN Foundation on the occasion of “International day of Girl” Child celebrated the programme in Anthaigwlao, Weaving Destination Campus where teachers from Germany were the guest of the programme. Girl children from different displaced locations of Kokrajhar like Sorolpara, Ultapani, Kochugaon, Navarbita, Duramari, New Basbari etc. participated in the programme. Apart from these children from Destination Girls Home, students of higher education programme of NEDAN Foundation and IT student supported by Nedan also took part in the programme where they performed dance and speech on issues like child marriage, child labour, child protection (awareness on 1098 toll free no.), trafficking. It was an initiative of NEDAN to provide a platform to the most privileged girls and under privileged girls to come in one place and share their experience. It was an immense pleasure to see 100 plus girls taking active part in the programme. 50 Students of IT skills learning programme that completed their computer course successfully were also awarded completion certificates by the teachers from Germany under the initiative of Nedan Foundation. Best performers were also awarded prizes for achieving in various fields like Child activist, sports, dance and speech. Such program motivates children to build confidence in their life and face the modern challenge

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“Every8Minutes National Campaign”

Every8Minutes National Campaign”, 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence was launched in a Programme held at CIT guest house conference hall, Kokrajhar on 25th November, 2016. The one day District Level Consultation on Child Marriage and Child Trafficking from Kokrajhar was graced by various dignitaries, duty bearers and concern citizens from various parts of the district. It was launched by Pratiba Brahma Editor of Bibungthi, The Opinion. The National Campaign started from 25th November to 10th December 2016. Large number of children in BTC are vulnerable and victims of child labour, trafficking, child marriage and other forms of violence and exploitation. Such issues are of special concern in the areas disturbed by various unrests, the conflict affected areas, where communities are socially and economically deprived. The Missing Campaign shall cover the four districts of Bodoland Territorial Council targeting more than 3,00,000 population of these area. “Walk for Freedom”

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“Child Friendly Kokrajhar & Sports for Development” is to marked on celebrating Children’s Day on 14th November 2016

“Child Friendly Kokrajhar & Sports for Development” is to marked on celebrating Children’s Day on 14th November 2016 at H.S. & M.P. School Field, Kokrajhar, BTC, Assam organised by NEDAN Foundation. There will be more than 250 boys & girls coming from various schools of Kokrajhar District.

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Inauguration of Digital Study Center

On 29th July, 2016, NEDAN Foundation will be inaugurating the Digital Study Center for the inmates of NEDAN’s Destination Girls Home. This initiative will provide better digital learning and study model to the children who are at various hardships such as trauma, fear, distress and various disorders. What When Jul …

International Day of the Girl Child

On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world. NEDAN Foundation has been celebrating the auspicious event every year, this year- 11th …

“Training of uniform personnel (Sashastra Seema Bal- SSB) on Human Trafficking” On 28th September, 2015 NEDAN Foundation will be conducting training on “Human Trafficking” for the uniform personnel- Sashastra Seema Bal, SSB in Kokrajhar district of Assam.

On 28th September, 2015 NEDAN Foundation will be conducting “Training on Human Trafficking for the SSB troops” at the Sector Headquarter- Adabari, Kokrajhar BTC Assam- India. The training will cover the international and national frameworks on human trafficking. NEDAN Foundation will be imparting training on prevention of human trafficking, promoting …

NENFATH capacity building network training workshop

Nedan Foundation is organizing the one day consultation on “Strengthening NENFAT Partners on Combating Trans- Border Human Trafficking in North East India”. it will be held at Central Institute of Technology (C.I.T), Conference hall, Kokrajhar- BTC, Assam, India. It will convene more than 100 key stakeholders from the 8 North …

International Women’s Day

NEDAN FOUNDATION is celebrating International Women’s Day on 8th March 2014 What When Mar 03, 2014 from 08:10 am to 08:05 pm Where Weaving Destination Campus,Kokrajhar, BTC, Assam Contact Name Namita Basumatary Contact Phone +91 8253816888 Attendees Indigenous Women of different community Add event to calendar vCal iCal On event …

12TH AUGUST INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

On the eve of International Youth Day…
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When Aug 12, 2013 10:00 AM to
Aug 13, 2013 02:00 PM
Where Kokrajhar
Contact Name Digambar Narzary
Contact Phone +91 9435027087
Attendees Youth from four countries consisting of Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and India.
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On the eve of the International Youth Day NEDAN FOUNDATION is launching a huge regional campaign on ‘Youth Against Human Trafficking’ at Kokrajhar Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) North East, India. The youth from four countries consisting of Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and India will be gathering to lend the solidarity to end modern day slavery. The best youth activist campaigning to end human trafficking in regional level will be selected and confer award in the end of the event. Youth from the four countries who are working on human trafficking are requested to register @ nedanfound@gmail.com.