Membership and professional expertise

Civic Forum status divides its members in four categories i.e. general, life-time, honorary and founder. Currently, Civic Forum has 35 general members from different discipline. The members are 23 male and 12 female (66% male and 34% female among which 8.58% are Dalit, 45.71% are Janajati and 45.71% are Brahmin/Chhetri/Thakuri).

There are currently 35 life-time members form various disciplines such as social mobilization and social intervention, local governance and community development, rural development, planning, monitoring, evaluation, good governance and downward accountability, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), institutional strengthening, advocacy and policy analysis, research and development, human rights promotion, environment and natural resource management and conservation, agriculture, disaster risk reduction and emergency relief, education, public health, WSP implementation, water safe community declaration, safer migration and community development etc.

Civic Forum has wide range of human resources available from various disciplines. While fulfilling the manpower demand of any programs, the organization, as far as possible, attempts to meet the requirement through its in-house resources and facilities. In order to assure and satisfy its clients in offering the best quality services and for excellent performances, it does not show its reluctance in seeking the outdoor expertise. In addition to this, the organization has an arrangement to provide resource persons in various fields as per the requirement of multidisciplinary agencies. The human resources available at the organization have been accessible in succeed episode.

Volunteer and Internships

Civic Forum welcomes both national and international volunteers to take part in internships in order to develop their practical skills whilst producing work that is valuable to the organization.

Clean water and sanitization

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Local needs

We engage local NGOs to identify the needs of the local communities. Together with the Nepalese youth we develop solutions that address these needs.

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