Honorary recognition of the work of CPCS in Nepal, member of the Street Workers Network

Jean-Christophe Ryckmans, founder and director of the association CPCS International, and coordinator of the Asia region for Dynamo International – Street Workers Network in Nepal, has been awarded the Order of the Crown by His Majesty The King Philippe of Belgians on November 14 at the Royal Palace in Brussels. (see our press release in French)

This distinction celebrates his commitment and the work he has been doing for over 15 years with children in street situations in Nepal. (See also our press release)

“Although symbolic and nominative, says Jean-Christophe Ryckmans, it is above all a recognition of the work of the whole CPCS team, years of action, fighting, success (and failure), and also indirectly that of members of Dynamo International – Street Workers Network and certainly the investment of street workers in coal on a daily basis … “

Defender of the rights of the child and human rights, graduate in communication and political science at the Catholic University of Leuven and PhD student at the Sorbonne, Jean-Christophe was trained in street social work. He has travelled and managed several associations around the world, including in Belgium, India, Burundi, Congo, Portugal, Thailand. He currently lives and works in the Himalayas.

Jean-Christophe Ryckmans, directeur et fondateur de l'ONG CPCS avec les enfants des rues au Népal

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