Below is the alphabetical list of partners that JCYCN had in the last couple of years and nowadays:

Kanallan, Switzerland 

Kanallan, Switzerland is a philanthropic consultancy that works with individuals, charities, and corporations to facilitate independent humanitarian projects in developing countries. It believe that it should be simple and easy to help people around the world and are here to guide and assist you to give right. It has been conducting Girls Empowerment Project in rural Nepal with help of JCYCN since 2018.

Asian Resource Foundation (ARF)

ARF has been building the capacity of individuals, community based NGOs and organizations since its inception in 1996. It promotes the spirit of caring & sharing and the light of Asian cultures and spiritual values; supports holistic development; enables the poor and other marginalized and vulnerable groups; and strengthens cooperative actions among the people of Asia and beyond for a just, peaceful and sustainable world. The collaboration between ARF International/Nepal begun in 2004 and is still going strong at the moment. Since the inception of the organization, JCYCN has collaborated with it to provide education support to the students of various schools and organize training relating to peace and youth.

BRAC Bangladesh

BRAC is the world’s largest development organisation, measured by the number of employees and the number of people it has helped, and it is dedicated to empowering people living in poverty. JCYCN has collaborated with BRAC Bangladesh in sharing experiences in various issues. The collaboration has started in 2011 and lasted until 2015.

Caritas Nepal 

Caritas Nepal is a non-government and non-profit organization registered with the District Administration Office (Lalitpur) and affiliated to the Social Welfare Council (Kathmandu). This is the youngest Caritas in South Asia and has been working on social development services in the main intervention areas. Among its strategic objectives, are: 1. To empower the poor to pursue sustainable livelihood opportunities in order to reduce poverty 2. To animate people and organizations to realize basic human rights and well being and support the emerging democracy and peace in Nepal. 3. To undertake relief and empower people to work together to reduce risks brought about by natural disasters. 4. To provide humanitarian assistance to people affected by conflicts and to Nepali migrants in order to safeguard their basicrights and help them in rehabilitation. Main cross cutting concern: Gender Equality. JCYCN started working with the organization from the end of 2016.


CEDAR Fund is an independent Christian relief and development organisation founded in Hong Kong in 1991. It is a Christian response to poverty through Education, Development, Advocacy and Relief programmes. JCYCN collaborate with CEDAR Fund and ITEEN for the School Education Support program from January 2016 to July 2016. The collaboration was to distribute education, sports and science support to the schools of Bhorle VDC of Rasuwa district. The VDC was one of the worst hit districts by the Gorkha Earthquake in 2015.

Concern Universal Bangladesh (CN)

The Concern Universal Bangladesh works in partnership to challenge poverty and inequality. JCYCN collaborated with CN Bangladesh to form a loose network of organizations to establish Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction (CMDRR) Forum from they year 2010 until 2015. JCYCN was one of the core members of CMDRR Forum along with other four core member organizations. Between 2010-2015, JCYCN held the secretariat of CMDRR forum, during this period it had organized various national level experience sharing programs. A total of 74 other member organizations has affiliated with the forum.

Crown Galaxy (CG)

Since 2007, CG team has devoted their skills and expert knowledge to developing global agenda including sustainable development, climate change, environmental protection, and global economic growth. As a marketing and consulting company working with non-profit sectors, they support their agenda through developing in action.

Indigo Children Fund UK

Indigo Children Fund initiate, support and sustain tangible projects helping underprivileged and vulnerable children around the world gain access to education. JCYCN collaborates with INDIGO Children Fund UK right after Gorkha Earthquake in 2015 to construct as school building of Shivalya Lower Secondary School of Laharapauwa VDC, Rasuwa district. The collaboration has started in January 2016 and goes until date.

Ministry of Youth and Sports

JCYCN joined hands with the Ministry of Youth and Sports to the Youth Partnership Program (2066/067, 067/068, 068/069, 069/070, 070/071, 071/072, 072/073) and to the International Youth Day 2015.

Nepalhilfe BH Germany 

JCYCN has been working with Nepalhilfe BH Germany since 2014 to give educational support to underprivileged children in Nepal.

The Garden of Hope Foundation (GoH)

GoH is a leading non-profit organization and a changemaker which advocates the rights of the disadvantaged women and girls and offers essential services to women and child victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and prostitution. GoH was established by an American missionary in 1988. Nowwdays, GoH has 400 employees and centers across Taiwan, New York and Cambodia. GoH offers shelters, counseling, employment service, social resources and empowers women and children worldwide. JCYCN has been working for Girl’s Rights Campaign in partnership with GoH since 2012.

United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential. JCYCN is working with UNICEF in Local level since 2018 for DRM Orientation and strengthening the Municipalities and Rural Municipalities in Province Number 2.

Youth Coordination Center International (YCCI)

YCCI was formed in 1997 when a council of youth representatives came together from Bangaladesh, Cambodia, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Lao, Philippines, Malaysia, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. YCCI is a pioneer organization of youth addressing issues that are affecting the younger generation in Asia, though awareness and capacity building , networking and mobilizing solidarity actions.

Youth United in Voluntary Action (YUVA)

JCYCN has signed a MoU with Youth United in Voluntary Action (YUVA) Mauritius. Incepted in 2015, YUVA started as a group of enthusiastic individuals and today it has mobilized thousands of young people with a simple aim of creating a better world to live in. YUVA, with its root aspiration of spreading smiles and kindness, is initiating a youth voluntary movement for the welfare of the less privileged. YUVA inspires every youth to spare sometime of their life towards serving others, spreading happiness and extending love to all.

Girls Kick

Girls Kick is an initiation of a group of enthusiastic youths having a common aim to be the agents of change in the society through Awareness, Advocacy and Action. Girls Kick is the nongovernment organization working for social service sector registered in Social Welfare Council, Lainchaur, Kathmandu, Nepal.Girls Kick is a youth-led platform uniting people having different visions, ideas and perspectives and explore their (girls) hidden capabilities. It is an independent tribune that aims to bring people especially youths from various backgrounds in a joint arena through campaigns that impacts communities and societies.

SDGs Studio

SDGs STUDIO is the first ever organization established with the motive of localizing global agendas comprising SDGs through the use of Medias, networking agents and social media partners. The company brings forth global agendas, film, and records real-life stories, experiences, initiations and contributions made by individuals, groups, and community as a whole. SDG programs are initiated by all; however, bringing the existence of all such activities to the general public is a major concern today. After the establishment of SDGs STUDIO, none of the SDG activities now remain hidden or unanswered, since the company uses mass networking to help depict the clear picture of SDG stories and happenings.