AutismCare Nepal Society (ACNS):
AutismCare Nepal Society (ACNS) was founded on 2nd April 2008 on the occasion of the World Autism Awareness Day. It is the only active autism organization in Nepal that is run by passionate parents that care for persons with autism. It is a non-governmental, nonprofit making, non-political NGO registered in District Administration Office (Regd. No. 1067/2065) and affiliated to Social Welfare Council (SWC No: 25314). ACNS is also Income-tax exempt organization under the Income Tax Act 2058 Clause 2 (DHA) recognized by the Internal Revenue Department of Nepal, having PAN No: 302973565. It is the only active autism organization in Nepal, which provide support and information services to person with autism and people who work with person with autism. The group’s initial goal was to raise awareness and provide support to parents and caretakers of children with Autism. As ACNS progressed, it became clear that what was really needed was a center that would help families throughout Kathmandu and Nepal to raise awareness, provide basic therapy services, Special/ Inclusive Education and to develop knowledge base and expertize in the field of autism. ACNS provides support and information services to persons with autism and people who work on autism in Nepal.
                     
We wish to work with organizations worldwide to share information, resources and assist families and children at a national level, and look forward to continuing our contact with families and professionals worldwide. We educate, aware and act for the rights of persons with autism throughout Nepal.
   
 
World Autism Awareness Day 2016
 
 
 

Entry Criteria 

  • The contest is open to any one (Nations of Nepal) who are interested in photography (professional or non professional) and photographs take by mobile are welcome too.
  • Each Entrant must submit 3 photos with a story about autism awareness submit in high resolution (300 dpi on A3 size) digital format must be JPEG (.jpg or .jpeg)
  • All images must be submitted through email in ACNS email address: autismnepal@gmail.com with detail information of participant (name, address, contact number, profession etc.)
  • One best story will be awarded NRs 10000/-
  • By submitting the photograph for consideration, the photographer attests that:  Entry is an original photograph without retouch on it.
  • S/he created the image and owns full copyright to pictures submitted and will share it with ACNS.
  • Entrant is prepared to certify this attestation on request
  •  Submitted image has not been published in the past
  • If deemed necessary, an entrant may also be requested to submit the original source files.
  • Entrants are responsible for complying with these Official Rules.
  • Winner's names will be available online at www.autismnepal.org within April 2016.
  • ACNS panel of experts will judge on the basis of (1) Creativity; (2) Photographic quality; (3) genuineness/authenticity of the content. ACNS reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual(s) who tamper with the entry process, and/or to cancel, terminate, modify, or suspend the Contest.
  • Deadline for final submission of photo story is 11:59 pm 12th April 2015.
 
 
 

You Can Support Us

Volunteering

Volunteering for a cause in which you believe can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life.

 

 Buy Our Products

 

 

ACNS's vocational unit now sells hand-made products produce by people with autism and their parents.

 

Join Us

 

 

Joining ACNS gives you the support and strength of a national organisation campaigning for those affected by ASD.

 

 Fundraising

 

 

ACNS relies on funds from voluntary sources for the development of a range of services to meet the special needs of people with autism.

 
 

 


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