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Loo Niva


"A prosperous Nepal where every child and youth enjoys her/his rights in a safe,
supportive and enabling environment and culture”


“Enable each child and youth to better health, education, protection and participation towards a dignified life and livelihood in an inclusive, healthy and democratic society”

  Loo Niva works with the community at the grassroots level towards preventing exploitation and marginalization of underprivileged children. Loo Niva advocates for right to quality education of each child both boys and girls. It has been working with public schools with an active participation of parents and children. Foremost, it aims to build an optimal and healthy society for children and youths. Loo Niva is an advocate organization on the right of children and it believes in conducting various programmes for children, youths and community development through a systematic process of empowerment and awareness.


We are served since 20 years to helpless people with trust and we are happy

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history of Loo Niva

History of Loo Niva

Empower children, youth and their communities to claim/reclaim their right to basic
services including meaningful and quality education

History of Loo Niva

Formally Registered

It was formally registered in 1997 as a non - governmental social organization (DAO Lalitpur registration no. 038/54, SWC affiliation no.9686/057 and PAN 3001800141) to ensure the best interest of children and their holistic development.

First Support

In 1994, a group of young school going students started the Children‘s Reading room with CWIN‘s support

Program Start From

Starting from Khokana VDC of Lalitpur, Loo Niva currently works with 38 public schools in 12 VDCs of Lalitpur, 2 public schools in Kathmandu and 24 public schools in four VDCs of Dadeldhura

Young Group

In 1994, a group of young school going students and Child Club Members started the Children‘s Reading room with CWIN‘s support. Loo Niva has come a long way and emerged as a social organization in promoting child rights and youth development in Nepal.