PeaceWin is for child rights promotion & practices, developing of women and youth leadership, self-dependent, responsible and accountable society
Milestones for PeaceWin Mission:
- Organized civil society organizations
- Children, women and youth leading community groups
- Local level government
- Committed community volunteers
Vision: Proficient Person, Happy family and Prosperous Society.
(Keeping the center of the best interest of the children and women everybody are assured of employment based on skill. Always all will be living with smiling on face, and peace in soul. Social harmony, helpful family members and social solidarity for common goal for developing social equality, justice, good governance and self esteemed, seeking the opportunity in challenges and love to work for betterment of life.)
History and Philosophy
PeaceWin is a woman led, non-government, not for profit making, social development organization. It works with children, women, youths and marginalized groups for promotion and practices of their social, economic, cultural rights. It addresses on program integration and mainstreaming of social issues, like: gender & caste discriminations, child marriage, anti-tobacco, sexual and reproductive health rights, good governance/ social accountability.
It was established locally in 2047 B.S (26 Sept. 1990 AD) at Atichaur Village Development Committee (VDC) -4, Oligaon as a Community Based Organization (CBO) and registered with District Administration Office (DAO) in B.S. 2049 Paush 5 (20 December 1992 AD). After the restoration of democracy in 1991, Nepalese society became politically free and aware their roles and responsibilities toward development. PeaceWin was initiated by rural farmers of Bajura, Atichaur collecting Rs. 100.00 from each household e.i. 53 families. The basic working themes of the establishment were agriculture products (vegetable), sanitation, forest conservation, and school enrollment of girl child, saving-credit, and reduce unnecessary expenses in social functions.
To whom and with whom PeaceWin is working?
PeaceWin’s social exclusion principle and approach include the inadequate or unequal representation, participation and involvement in decision-making in social, political life or a place in society. It involves the presence of social and institutional barriers that restrict access to essential services and development opportunities for members of society.
PeaceWin believes in Social Justice, peace and harmony in terms of equitable access to socio-cultural, political, and economic and all human rights of all. It is an ideal condition in which all members of a society have rights of security, opportunities, obligations and claims on benefits with their responsive duty. PeaceWin work with children, women, youth and marginalized communities.
A group that constitutes populations for whom PeaceWin intends to effect positive long-term sustainable changes. The population group upon which the programme and its partners aim to have a positive impact with a long-term commitment to overcome underlying causes of poverty, vulnerability and social injustice. The impact group is typically larger than the subset population directly impacted by an individual project or initiative at the field level carried out by PeaceWin.
To achieve strategic directions PeaceWin adopts:
• Identify and mobilize local human potentiality
• Program integration and mainstreaming of cross-cutting issues
• Media partnership
• Networking and issue based alignments at local and national level
• Partnership with development institutional and private sectors
• Collaboration and coordination for common goals
Human Resource management/ Personnel policy
- Child Development
- Women and Youth Leadership
- Nutrition and Hygiene
- Good Governance, Human Rights & Democracy
- Disaster Resilience and Response with Physical Safety
- Climate Adaptation and Environment Management
- Institutional Strengthening
- Financial Policy
- Procurement Policy
- Program Implementation Financial Policy
- Integrated Safeguarding & Accountability Policy
- Fund Raising strategy, Long Term Strategic Plan 2023-2027,
- Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Guideline
Core Values & Norms
• Trust and Control
• Open Dialogue and Constructive Queries
• Facts Leading Logic
• Respect to Diversity
Principles of PeaceWin
• Best Interest of the Children
• Gender Sensitiveness
Social Welfare Council 2093/2094, Sustainable Development Network-Far & Mid-West Nepal 2093, NGO Federation of Nepal-1996, National Alliance of Child Rights Organization (NACRO)-2001, National Consortium of Child Rights Organization-2002, Program Learning Group -2006, National Advocacy Forum Nepal -2004, National NGOs Network Group Against AIDS Nepal (NANGAN) 2005, Disaster Preparedness Network (DP-Net Nepal), Network of Participatory Action Group (NEPAN)- 2008, National Campaign for Education 2010, Right to Food Network -2010, Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction (CMDRR) Forum – 2011, Campaign for Climate Justice 2016, Alliance for Early Childhood Development Nepal 2017, Civil Society Alliance for Nutrition, Nepal (CSANN), District Disaster Coordination Committee Bajura, District Security Committee, Bajura, District Gender Violation Reduction Coordination Committee, Bajura, Achham, Kailali, Haliya Rehabilitation Coordination committee, Bajura.
Physical Presence of the Organization:
PeaceWin had completed the study on institutional development status and support for their capacity development of 9 District Child Welfare Boards of far-western region in 2004 (Bajura, Bajhang, Achham, Doti, Kailali, Kanchanpur, Darchula, Baitadi and Dadeldhura). It had facilitated to DCWBs regional consultation workshops for UNCRC first periodic report of GoN. Workshops on 'Changing Context & Women Rights' in 2006 for Women Rights Forums of 10 districts (Bajura, Bajhang, Achham, Doti, Kailali and Kanchanpur, Banke, Bardia, Surkhet, Dang) and organized various trainings for these networks at Nepalgunj. A project 'Children in Armed Conflict and Education" successfully completed in Doti partnership with Save the Children Norway 2003-2005. Baseline survey of Household socio-economic in Building Climate Resilience of Watersheds in Mountain Eco-Regions (Bajura, Doti, Dadeldhura and Achham) supported by ADB/Water Shade Management Department Nepal. Presently physical presence is in Bajura, Achham, Kailali, Bajhang with different projects. A Women Health Project has been implementing in Gandaki Province (Kaski, Lamjung, Tanahun and Nwalparasi-West) districts.
PeaceWin believes, "social change is possible for better world".
- Good Governance/Accountability
- Child Rights and Child Friendly public Education
- Water, sanitation and Hygiene
- Reproductive Health Rights
- Women leadership
- Gender and Development/ Peace and justice
- Livelihood and nutrition