Capacity building is whatever is needed to bring a nonprofit to the next level of operational, programmatic, financial, or organizational maturity, so it may more effectively and efficiently advance its mission into the future. Capacity building is not a one-time effort to improve short-term effectiveness, but a continuous improvement strategy toward the creation of a sustainable and effective organization. Capacity building is the all-important “infrastructure” that supports and shapes community people and stakeholders as human resources. Capacity building enables them to develop competencies and skills that can make them more effective and sustainable, thus increasing the potential to enrich lives and solve society’s most intractable problems. There are many sources for capacity building. Out of them, LIFE Nepal has been adopting training, meeting, interactions, workshop and seminar as the major activities for capacity building. Finally, five-day teacher training conducted to 56 teachers (grade 1-3) from 20 schools on Child Friendly School Initiatives to promote child friendly schools, three-day capacity building training organized for 40 child club members from 20 schools on their roles and responsibilities towards child rights protection, two times five days training to 46 young champions organized to build their capacity for violence against students at school In addition, three-day capacity building training 32 to CLC (Community Learning Centre) members conducted to strengthen and mobilize them in the community, seven-day life skill (Candle Manufacture) training to 14 single women organized to enhance their livelihood, three groups of five days’ teachers training to 75 school teachers organized on learning without fear and five days training on Education in Emergency organized for 25 people from remote area teachers, resource person, SMC, PTA members and young champions.