Community Family Welfare Association was established in 2053 BS ((1996) in Deodiha VDC ward no. 8 of Dhanush district as a Community Based Organization (CBO) with technical and managerial support of the Family Planning Association of Nepal under its long term sustainable plan for continued Family Planning services at the community level.

CFWA was later registered under the District Administrative Office (DAO) on the 13th day of 2053 BS in Dhanusha. The organization currently has its head office at Janakpur Municipality ward no. 4. Since its inception CFWA has been carrying out various populations and development works such as education, reproductive and environmental health, women empowerment, capacity building and skill-based training, as well as income generation activities in program VDCs.

So far the organization has served a population of 57 VDCs and 2 Municipalities out of 73 VDCs and 6 Municipalities in the Dhanusha district and 18 VDCs and 1 Municipality out of  75 VDCs and 1 Municipality in Mahottari District. The organization aims at expanding its program in the rest of the VDCs as well as in other districts of Nepal in the future. 

Mission

To advocate the underprivileged society especially Dalit, women, conflict-affected youth, and children who are drawn backward because of discrimination, poverty, and illiteracy to adjust to the national standards by improving their economic status thru sustainable development plan.

Vission

To advocate the underprivileged society especially Dalit, women, conflict-affected youth, and children who are drawn backward because of discrimination, poverty, and illiteracy to adjust to the national standards by improving their economic status thru sustainable development plan.

Goals

  1. Build capacity of children of all ages, women and men to use health services through awareness raising programs in the working VDCs
  2. Build capacity of teachers, parents associations and school management committees to ensure healthy and learning environment for children in schools.
  3. Improve economic status of men and women by involving them in income generational activities through community mobilization in the program VDCs
  4. Improve health status pf women, children and men through health education in the program VDCs .
  5. Advocate and expand close coordination and networking to build partnership with line agencies to ensure proportionate distribution of services of available services in the communities.
  6. Increase participation of Dalit, Janajati and ultra poor communities under the social inclusion process and bring them into the mainstream of national development.

Objectives

To raise awareness for the creation of a healthy, educated, and prosperous society.

To promote healthy habits including personal hygiene and environmental sanitation at the community level for safeguarding women and children through immunization and nutrition.

To assist in the promotion of accountability and transparency at the local government level.

Advocate on gender and social justice as well social protection scheme with local government and awareness rising to the community.

To support vulnerable/marginalized communities and children through income generation programs designed to enable them (underprivileged community).

To develop, all-round wellbeing of children. (Physically, mentally, intellectual and social level)

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Executive Committee

72

General Members

50

Paid Staffs

26

Volunteers

Executive Board

Ishwari Prasad Sharma

PRESIDENT

Satya Narayan jha


VICE-PRESIDENT

Shova Mandal


SECRETARY

Binay Kumar Yadav


TREASURER

Laxmeshwar Mandal

MEMBER

Gita Mahra


MEMBER

Anjila Das


MEMBER

Mahendra Prasad Yadav

MEMBER

Subhash ChandraJha

MEMBER

Senior Staffs

Mithlesh Sah

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Mohan Burja Magar

PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR

Shailendra Chaudhary

PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR

Raj Kumar Thakur

ADMIN & SUPPLY CHAIN OFFICER

Nirmal Kumar Tamang

FINANCE OFFICER

Dharma Nand Thakur

MEDIA COMMUNICATION & MEAL OFFICER

Gunu Sunar (Junu)

GESI FOCAL PERSON