Committed Society for Change (COSOC)
Dhading | Province 3
History and Key Successes of the Organisation
A Brief History of the Organisation
People from every part of the country travel to accidents would claim the lives of people living nearby the highway. In light of this fact, young people living close by the highway have started highlighting road safety issues to passengers, local people and drivers. To do this they felt the need for an organisation that could coordinate the whole effort to minimise accidents and ultimately to make the district a blockade and closure free zone. Along with this, the concept of education, poverty alleviation, climate change and environmental conservation also emerged as thematic areas in COSOC. Since then, COSOC has been offering support to the rural people in educational development, public health, drinking water, rural and alternative energy promotion, climate change and child friendly local government etc..
Organisational Strategic Information
Creation of equitable society with no social discrimination and where basic needs have been fulfilled.
Keeping coordination, collaboration and cooperation with stakeholders and applying innovative tools, techniques and local resources. They aim to bring sustainable and effective changes in the lives of community people.
To improve the health and well-being of women and children around the Dhading area.
- To promote child rights and gender equity through child friendly environments and women empowerment
- To improve the health, hygiene and sanitation status of rural people
- To increase access to primary education for all children
- To enhance the capacity of community based institutions
- To improve the economic status of rural people through implementing modern and commercial agriculture and skill development programmes
- To build the capacity for disaster risk reduction and management
Honesty, love and service; Respect to humanity and neutrality.
Geographic Areas Covered
Throughout Dhading district with special focus on Gangajamuna, Jwalamukhi, Khaniyabash, Gajuri and Tripura Sundari Rural Municipalities.
Dalits, disadvantaged, women, children, people living in poverty.
Health; Drinking Water and sanitation; Forest and Environmental Protection; Road safety; Disaster Risk Reduction and Peace Building.
Networks and Affiliations
Member and Staff Diversity
Current Partnership/Donors (maximum of three)
Phased Out Projects (maximum of three)
010-520330 firstname.lastname@example.org www.umn.org.np/partners/cosoc
Sitaram Adhikari, Officiating Chairperson
Last Updated: May 2018