SASANE (Samrakshak Samuha Nepal)

SASANE is a Nepali NGO established by female survivors of human trafficking on the principle that survivors have great potential to create social change. Staffed primarily by survivors, SASANE works to end the physical and sexual exploitation of women and girls, secure their legal rights, and empower them to live free and dignified lives. We work passionately to ensure that survivors and women still trapped in sexual exploitation can escape abuse, achieve their dreams, and become leaders.
Mar 16, 2017

Report on Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)

Survivor girls in holi.jpg
Survivor girls in holi.jpg
Dear Global Giving Team,
Please find the report of "Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)
Title: Empowerment through rally and motivation classes
 
For the empowerment of the survivors, SASANE has now started providing the English language training to the girls who are interested. The foreign volunteers working for SASANE take the responsibility of the English class.
Moreover, SASANE also encourages the survivors to be a part of the rally of special occassions like Women's day, Anti-trafficking Day, Human Rights Day and many more.
Also SASANE has started the motivation class to the female survivors. This class is also carried out by the experienced motivation teacher from foreign land who work as a volunteer.
The survivor girls are benefitting alot from this classes.
SASANE is starting the Paralegal Training Program 2017 from June. We are planning the stages from forwarding notice of the training to the screening process.
We hope to receive the hlep and supprt from you always.
Thank you!
For more information visit - www.sasane.org.np
Photos attached.

Jeny Pokharel
Grant and Report Coordinator
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE)
Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
+977-01-2291341 +977-01-6923804
Survivor girls in motivation class.jpg
Survivor girls in motivation class.jpg
Survivor girls in women
Survivor girls in women's day rally.jpg
Mar 16, 2017

Report - Support 105 paralegal girls' earthquake recovery (20466)

Children in the temporary school constructed by SASANE.jpg
Children in the temporary school constructed by SASANE.jpg
Dear Global Giving Team,

Please find the report of "Support 105 paralegal girls' earthquake recovery (20466)

Title: Recovery to Awareness and School Building

Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) has already completed the earthquake recovery program. As some villages of Ghynagphedi where SASANE has been organizing the Mountain Village Education Program since 2011, there were no schools , some villages which had schools the 2015 earthquake completely got destroyed. SASANE this year constructed temporary schools for the children to study.

Moreover, SASANE also helped in road construction which would make the villagers comfortable to walk long distance. 

Now the SASANE girls provide awareness class to the villagers about the safety measures to be adopted during earthquake and also share the situation of human trafficking which has increased tremendously after the earthquake.

We hope to receive the help and support from you so that our organization can move forward on its mission.

Thank you!

For more information visit www.sasane.org.np

Photos attached.
 
Jeny Pokharel
Grant and Report Coordinator
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE)
Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
+977-01-2291341 +977-01-6923804
Villagers with the posters against Human Trafficking.jpg
Villagers with the posters against Human Trafficking.jpg
Dec 13, 2016

Report on Support 105 paralegal girls' earthquake recovery (20466)

Next Step in Earthquake Recovery
 
SASANE has already completed the earthquake recovery program and have also already distributed both the installments. Now SASANE is in the second phase of the Earthquake Recovery Program.
SASANE has been helping the paralegal girls who have been deeply affected by the earthquake claim the financial help to be provided by the Government of Nepal. As the girls are not much aware about the evidence that is needed to receive the financial help, SASANE has been helping them in collecting, filing and presenting the evidence to receive the financial help. 
Secondly, now SASANE has also started to provide skill development training to the girls and adult women of Ghyangphedi. We have been training them bracelet making using beads. The girls and women are very much interested to be a part of the program and have produced 1400 bracelets this month. 
This training will help trace income generating options to the girls and women of the rural mountain village Ghynagphedi and can also help in reduction of girls trafficking which has been taken as a culture there.
We hope to receive same support and help from you always.
Thank you!
Please also visit www.sasane.org.np

Jeny Pokharel
Grant and Report Coordinator
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE)
Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
+977-01-2291341 +977-01-6923804
 
   

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