Dec. 4th


Honorable Minister of Women, Children and Social Welfare, Ms. Riddhi Baba Pradhan visited CP centre at Dhapakhel. During her visit she met over 40 children nyoung adults one by one in school programme. She also inaugurated the 6 months training of new Home Visitors. On occasion she emphasized to encourage mothers to get involved in the rehabilitation of their palsied children.

Nov. 28th


The training of 10 new Home Visitors started at the CP centre Dahpakhel. Upon completion of this 6 months long training they will sent to their respective districts to provide rehabilitation interventions children with cp and support their parents. This will add to 24 HVs in 22 districts including 3 districts in the Kathmandu Valley. In the training there is also one facilitator as well from the parents’ run day care centre in Dhankuta bazaar. She will be just for 6 weeks in the training.

The new trainees HVs from (L to R) Bardia, Baglung, Makwanpur, Chitwan, KTM, KTM, KTM, Solu, Dhankuta (facilitator), Saptati, and Sunsari.


title Jumla became one new SGCP district in November by appointing a Home Visitor Mr. Padma. He had training last year in the centre and doing his home visits volunteeringly in association with Karnali Development Service, an NGO in Jumla. The chairperson of the NGO had earlier been in the CP Centre as intern for 4 months under Social Welfare Institute in Nepal. Jumla is one of the remote district in Mid-Western Nepal.