Welcome to Fulbari Resource Centre

The Fulbari Resource Centre for Community Development in Nepal is a new initiative by CHILDREN-Nepal (CN). The idea of the Fulbari Resource Centre emerged in March 2006. It is the next step for the Pokhara regions to better serve and bring a brighter future to its children and youth. Our vision for The Fulbari Resource Centre is to create a revenue for young people away from the many obstacles of daily life. We will here provide a space for reflection, relaxation and meditation and thereby help the participants to gain the greatest benefit from our many courses and workshops.

The Fulbari Resource Centre is our next step to an encouraging future for the children, youth and their families of Nepal. Our focus is finding the root causes originating from homes, schools, and communities; namely, a culture steeped in a tradition which encourages violent forms of discipline. The center therefore also invites parents and other members of the community to their workshops and courses. By involving the whole community we hope to develop relationships and connections which support new more understanding ways of thinking.

Target groups
 
  • Malnutrition of pregnant women and their children (especially below the age of 2):  
    - Women in reproductive age and their small children
 
  • Creating employment opportunities and empowerment for women
    - Women in age of 25 – 45
 
  • Unemployment and professional disorientation of youth
    - School children between 15 – 18 years
- Unemployed youth between 15 – 35 years
 
  • Programs against violence and abuse of women, youth and children
    - Parents and families
- Teachers and headmaster, social workers
- Child and youth self help groups
 
  • Facilitators in education and social work:
    - Teachers and headmaster, social workers, skill training providers
- NGOs and from government recruited groups who can use the facilities of the center for their own
  programs

"We should not wholly blame the teenagers for getting into the difficulties in which so many of them find themselves today. We should look to their parents, and the parents' parents."



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