Vijaya Development Resource Centre (VDRC-Nepal), initially known as Vijaya Youth Club, is a non-profit member-based social development organization. It has been working in the community development sector for the last 42 years with a vision of equitable, peaceful, affluent and inter-dependent society. Established as a local self-help group in 1979, it is now recognized as a national level NGO with multi-disciplinary human resources and good infrastructure facilities.
Vijaya Development Resource Centre (VDRC-Nepal) – a civil society organization based in Gaindakot-8, Nawalpur – has marked its 42nd establishment day amidst a virtual programme on 11th July, 2020. At a zoom-enabled social dialogue 'Accountable response/recovery of COVID-19 crisis: Role of Civil Society Organizations' held on 11th July, 2020 on the occasion, key note speaker, Hari Sharma, a noted social-political analyst, said the CSO role of questioning was always instrumental in protecting democracy, citizen freedoms and people's lives in any crisis including pandemic. "Democratic institutions and freedoms are always under attack in the pretexts of crisis and emergency. Social dialogue and consultations are a must to counter such assaults which demands the civic groups and organizations' role in raising questions against authorities", he stressed. As an intermediary force, the community-rooted and trusted CSOs can bridge the citizens and democracy through dialogue and deliberations, Sharma said, noting that the democratically communicated and engaged communities can exercise self-discipline and decision to fight against any pandemic such as COVID-19. "Germany and South Korea, among others, democratically took the people into confidence to tackle the pandemic and ...
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VDRC-Nepal in its almost four decade long history has accomplished several program and project activities, of which selected ones are outlined below.Change Starts at Home-II
Support: Equal Access International
Objective: Reduce the prevailing intimate partner violence by identifying the interventions leading to sustainable improvements in the lives of women and girlsSAHAS for Justice-2.0
Support: European Union and Lead by The Story Kitchen
Objective: Ending the silence of physical, physical, and mental tortures on women in transition period through their voice. Assisting in treatment, and facilitating livelihoods. Build a network of victims take them to justice and record their names in history.
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Gaindakot-8, Vijayanagar, Nawalparasi Nepal
Tel: +977-78-501100 / 402 / 172