Officials encountered as many as 3,000 cases of forced marriage in the U.S. in 2011
Established in 1987, Child Workers in Nepal (CWIN) is an advocacy organization for children's rights. CWIN's main areas of concern are child labor, street children, child marriage, bonded labor, trafficking of children, children in conflict and commercial sexual exploitation of children. CWIN acts as a voice for children through lobbying and campaigns have pressured the government to protect and promote children's rights in the country and to end all kinds of exploitation, abuse and discrimination against children. CWIN has also been undertaking a number of socialization, support and rehabilitation projects through its various programs.
To help protect children from risk and to build up a social movement dedicated to children's rights and to be against all forms of child servitude