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LeasePlan

LeasePlan is a global fleet and vehicle management company of Dutch origin. Their full service offering consists of financing and operational fleet management services to meet the needs of a diverse client base. Established more than 45 years ago, LeasePlan has grown to become the world’s leading fleet and vehicle leasing company with over 6,000 employees worldwide. LeasePlan manages around 1.3 million multi-brand vehicles and provides fleet and vehicle management services in 30 countries.

LeasePlan has a proven track record in enhancing our presence in traditional mature fleet markets, as well as expanding into new markets and growing our business to market leading positions. They are able to capitalise on their global presence and international network by providing innovative products, value for money and superior service to meet the needs of both national and multinational clients. LeasePlan aims to do this by using their expertise to make running a fleet easier for their clients. This is reflected in their universal promise to all clients: ‘It’s easier to leaseplan’. 

For more information, please visit www.leaseplan.com.

  

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Bangladesh: Support a handicapped child in his development

Like all children in the world, physically and/or mentally disabled children and young adults in Bangladesh are entitled to attention, emotional support and care. They deserve a decent existence and a rightful place in society. Niketan helps children to obtain these rights by providing them support in day centres that allows them to develop their full potential. Read more >

Cameroon: Babungo Education Project

Poverty, underdevelopment and disease are typical of the lives of people living in Babungo. This project will offer support to improve the health, economic position and coping capacity of the people in Babungo. The Babungo Foundation sees education as one of the most important ways of fighting poverty. Read more >

India: Bridge school education for former child labourers

The Tirupur region in southern India is known for its textile industry. One of the consequences of this industry is the problem of child labour. The SAVE Foundation operates programmes aimed at reducing child labour and in doing so runs ‘Bridge Schools’ for former child workers so that they can go to school again. Read more >

India: ChildPlan Academy Namakkal

This project provides 600 children affected by HIV/Aids an opportunity to attend secondary school. Many children in the Foster a Child (FCP) programme run by the Society for Serving Humanity (SSH) complete elementary school and then want to continue their education. However, because secondary education in the project area is of such poor quality (and expensive as well), this is often impossible for them. Read more >

India: Ecopark

Every month, children run away from home and look for work and a place to live in Tirupur, an industrial region in southern India. Many of them are approached by ‘agents’ who put them to work in textile factories, hotels, etc. Once having landed in such a situation of exploitation, it is not easy to escape from it. SAVE rescues these children and offers them a new outlook. Read more >

India: Support children affected by HIV/Aids - Tamilnadu

Monisha (age 10, India): ‘I am very grateful to Net4kids and SSH because their help has made my life a lot better and I can now look forward to a good future.’ Monisha and many other children in Tamil Nadu need help. This project offers this assistance to Indian children who are directly or indirectly affected by HIV/Aids. Read more >

India: Vocational training centre

This project is aimed at helping former child workers to learn a trade. It operates a vocational education centre where the children can be trained as, for example, electricians, plumbers, and computer or mobile phone technicians. There is plenty of work in the growing technology sector in the Tirupur region. Read more >

Nepal: Construction boys and girls home and academic building

CWCN purchased land outside of the centre, where a new home for 30 boys and a new home for 30 girls has been built. The new homes were officially opened in September 2009. Read more >

Nepal: Girls' Home

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Nepal: Mobile Health Service for Street Children

More than 5000 children in Kathmandu live on the street. Without shelter, food or an opportunity to attend school and often little knowledge of hygiene. The mobile health service operated by Child Watabaran Center Nepal (CWCN) seeks out these children, provides them with medical assistance and organises health camps where they are taught about health and hygiene. Read more >

Nepal: Mobile health service, transit clinic and awareness program

No roof over your head, no food or possibility to attend school. For many children in Kathmandu this is daily reality. These children often lack knowledge on hygiene, encounter food in the garbage and are at great risk for diseases and injuries. The health project run by Child Watabaran Center Nepal provides help to these children through a mobile health service and transit clinic. Read more >

Nepal: NMG school

No school, no health care. Nepal’s economy is so weak that many families live below the poverty level. For families struggling to put enough food on the table, education is a distant dream. The support offered by the Nepal Matri Griha (NMG) Primary School is making it possible for these children to be educated and have a better chance for the future. Read more >

Nepal: Transit clinic for street children

No roof over your head, no three meals a day, and no possibility of going to school. For more than 5000 children in Kathmandu, this is their life. These children often have little idea of hygiene, they search through refuse to find food, and they are at great risk for diseases and injuries. The transit clinic run by Child Watabaran Center Nepal (CWCN) helps these children by giving them medical assistance and information about health and hygiene. Read more >

Organisation investment

As concrete as we are in our child aid projects, as concrete we are in support to our own organisation. Besides support of sponsors in time and in kind, we also look for support through money for the Net4kids organisation. Read more >

Project management

Net4kids employs unique transparent individual flows of funds. Our investors make an additional transparent payment in the amount of 10% of the projectmanagement costs so that the quality of the child welfare project you select can be monitored and its results can be reported directly to you as an investor at your own MyNet4kids site. Read more >

Rwanda: School fees for traumatized and handicapped children of Komera

The project enables handicapped children to participate in the Komera programmes which will allow them to learn to become self-reliant and more confident. Read more >

Thailand: Clean water for remote mountain schools

The objective of this project is to improve the health of children in remote mountain hill villages in Northwest Thailand. This will be realised by implementing water purification machines and rainwater collecting tanks. Read more >

Urgent Project Fund

Urgent Project Fund exists for projects that face unexpected costs or projects we couldn't find funds for. A flexible reserve for aid projects that could use some extra support. Read more >

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09 August 2010 -

CWCN Progress Report first half 2010

A report on daily life at CWCN Kathmandu with results, challenges, plans en real life stories of the children in the divers programs.