Volunteerism

Volunteerism at COCAP

is one of the primary parts of this organization. It is an autonomous wing of the organization having similar structures of its own with a representative in the organization’s executive board participating as the Volunteer Representative (VR) who also sits in the Management Committee. 

COCAP Volunteer aims to provide a common space for its members and friends to collectively engage in the pursuit of peace, human rights and justice in Nepal. The volunteer group through its committees organizes national/provincial level campaigns and conferences on the issue’s peace,human rights, social protection, civic space and justice in coordination with its member organizations and others. 

COCAP Volunteers receive support from the executive board, staff and well-wishers from across the country and beyond in order to conduct the programmes in advocacy, awareness and activism among others. 

Current leaders of the COCAP Volunteers movement

Suman Gurung represents the COCAP Volunteers as the Volunteer representative in the COCAP Board and the management committee while the following members lead the central and provincial core teams for the extended tenure of 2021-22:

Central Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Ramesh Devkota ‘Avaya’
Member: Abhiyanta Karki
Member: Bidyapati Thakur
Member: Chhaya Darnal
Member: Omprakash Barbije

Province 1 Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Dipak Kumar Yadav
Member: Rabina Chaudhary
Member: Sunita Shah
Member: Samjhana Chaudhary
Member: Pitambar Yadav

Madhes Province Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Anurag Jha
Member: Kritika Baniya
Member:Himanshu Roy
Member:Manish Sahani
Member: Anisha Kumari Jha

Bagmati Province Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Mukesh Prasad Kushwaha
Member:
Member:
Member:
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Gandaki Province Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Manju Nepali
Member: Ram Kumari
Member: Nirmala Gurung
Member: Smriti Limbu
Member: Suman Thapa 

Karnali Province Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Balika Dhamala
Member: Amrita Sharma
Member: Ram Bahadur Sunar
Member: Yamlal Ghimire
Member: Saraswati Adhikari

Sudurpaschim Province Volunteer Core Group:

Coordinator: Rekha Nepali
Member: Laxmi Chaudhary
Member: Khem Raj Bista
Member: Luv Dev Joshi
Member: Namrata Chaudhary

Guideline and form to apply for volunteerism:

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 of peace, human rights and justice in Nepal. It organizes national/provincial level campaigns and conferences on the issue’s peace, human rights, social protection, civic space and justice in coordination with its member organizations and others.

COCAP Volunteers organize interaction programs and capacity enhancement workshops for its members to express and learn about the current issues and opportunities in the field of peace building in and beyond the country. The members will also be prioritized and encouraged to attend and seek opportunities for learnings and participation in the peace building processes while also supporting in career through skill building activities throughout the year.

We would like to invite you to be a member of the team for the year 2022. Let’s learn together!

To apply, click here or follow the qr code below to fill the form.