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Citizens’ Initiatives for Future Nepal– IV

National Conference on Economic Prosperity Citizens’ Initiatives for Future Nepal– IV Organized
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Post Earthquake Health Camp in Sindhupalchwok

COCAP has been involved in different relief programs including health camps in different affected areas.
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COCAP team with locals of Attarpur VDC

COCAP team after being honored by locals of Attarpur VDC of Sindhupalchwok district during Relief Distribution Program.
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Training on Monitoring and Evaluation

COCAP organized Monitoring and Evaluation Training on March 9-10, 2015
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COCAP team being welcomed by locals

COCAP representatives and members of local organization being honored during Relief Distribution Program in Kavrepalanchwok
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Training on Security in the field for HRDs

Nepal Monitor, a COCAP protection and conflict prevention initiative supported by pbi organized two days' training on Security in the field for HRDs in Bhairahawa on June 12-13, 2015.
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Temporary Shelter Program in Hadikhola VDC, Hetauda on 3rd June 2015

COCAP distributed 70 bundles of tin sheets and other construction materials to 35 families affected by earthquake in Hadikhola VDC of Hetauda.
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Research Orientation on Social Protection

COCAP organized Research Orientation on Social Protection on 22nd May 2015.
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COCAP's member organization visit

Team from with Women Human Rights Defenders, activists, journalists and members of Chartarey Youth Club
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Newly elected COCAP executive committee for the next 2 years

The 12th Annual General Meeting of COCAP has been successfully accomplished in Butawal on 8 – 9 December 2015. The newly elected executive committee led by Mr. Rem Bahadur Biswakarma taking a group snapshot.
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Presentation of

Training and Outreach Coordinator presenting about at COCAP's Central Regional Secretariat
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Collective Campaign for Peace (COCAP) is a national network of 43 peace and human rights non-governmental organizations from 29 different districts of Nepal. It started as a loose, informal forum in June 2001 and was registered with the government of Nepal as a non-profit, non-political network in December 2002. It aims to provide a common space for its members, volunteers and friends to collectively engage in the pursuit for peace, human rights and justice in

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