expressing human traffikcing through art Proudly showing his art work Four Girls and their guardians Tutorial classes in Makawanpur

Himalayan Human Rights Monitors (HIMRIGHTS)

Org #36560
Vetted since 2017
1999
year founded
$18,021
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Himalayan Human Rights Monitors (HimRights) is a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-profit organization committed to defending the rights of poor, marginalized and socially excluded communities and individuals, with a special focus on women, children and youth. HimRights works in affiliation with all major human rights institutions based in Nepal and abroad, pursuing a three fold approach of (1) monitoring, reporting and responding to human rights violations; and (2) promoting good governance and (3) advocating and training for policy change rights based approach, influence, awareness raising, and capacity building to cope with and respond to changing human rights dynamics in Nepal. ... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Anjana Shakya
Anjana Shakya
Team
Bijaya Maharjan, Kumari Waiba
Organization Information
Inar, Pulchowk
Lalitpur, 44700
Nepal
+977 1 5555111
Organization Information
Inar, Pulchowk
Lalitpur, 44700
Nepal
+977 1 5555111

Project Reports

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Apr 21, 2021
Awareness on Human Trafficking Through Art
In the past we, HIMRIGHTS have created and published three art comic books (2003 and 2016) by and for children as well as others in affected areas. We have also made visual docudramas (2002) which are...
Jan 4, 2021
Four Girls Prevented from Human Trafficking
Four Girls prevented from Trafficking  COVID-19 prevalence in the country have affected every part of life and especially increased human trafficking vulnerability of marginalized population....
Sep 8, 2020
Difficulty to Raise Awareness on Human Trafficking during COVID-19
In last quarter, we reported the art workshop on human trafficking conducted at Shree Praja Jagrit Aadharbhut School, in Raksirang, Makwanpur. This was just before the lockdown in Nepal, specifically...
 
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