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 24, 2016

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

Constructed house of Miss Manisha Shrestha, SASANE paralegal.jpg
Constructed house of Miss Manisha Shrestha, SASANE paralegal.jpg
Submission of Third Installment on Earthquake Recovery
 
The earthquake recovery team of Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) is successful to distribute the third installment on the house building project to 105 paralegal girls of SASANE.
SASANE, has distributed the third installment only after collecting the pictured of the build houses from the girls with proper evaluation. The third installment will help the girls to pay for the materials needed for building the house. 
The main motive of SASANE to distribute the funding to the 105 paralegal girls was to make them able to build a temporary house, so that they can stay there. The earthquake damaged and destroyed the houses of our paralegal girls thus making them tensed and irregular in work, hampering their earning and economic growth.
This program has helped the girls come back to work with more enthusiasm and excitement creating regularity.
We believe you will not stop helping and showing us your support to work even better.
There are even the pictures of some of the build houses for you to see.
Thank you! 
Construction in process.jpg
Construction in process.jpg
House to Miss Apsara Thapa, SASANE paralegal (Construction).jpg
House to Miss Apsara Thapa, SASANE paralegal (Construction).jpg
Dec 28, 2015

Report Submission for Empowering Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)

New Paralegal Girls 2016.jpg
New Paralegal Girls 2016.jpg
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Here is my report for the Empowering Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)
Report: Beginning of The Paralegal Training Program 2016
Recently, SASANE has started its paralegal training program 2016 both in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We have 30 girls and women coming everyday in SASANE office to receive the training. This time we have all the 30 girls who have been rescued from brothels in India and are all the survivors of human trafficking. This time the syllabus of the paralegal training has been changed and we had a slight difficulty in organizing the paralegal training. 
We will have the theoretical training for one month where we will be teaching them about the legal rights and information regarding the constitution and human rights. The girls this time are able to grab the things taught quite easily. After the theoretical training we will have the girls placed in the police stations as the part of their practical internship.
With your little help we will be able to help these girls get the legal information and also help them gain economic independence. We expect that we will get the help from your side always in the future as well.
Thank you!
By Jeny Pokharel
Office Coordinator 
Paralegal Training Program 2016.jpg
Paralegal Training Program 2016.jpg
Dec 22, 2015

Support 105 Paralegal Girls' earthquake recovery (20466)

Meeting with the Social welfare Council about the Earthquake Rehabilitation program.jpg
Meeting with the Social welfare Council about the Earthquake Rehabilitation program.jpg

After the distribution of the relief materials to the paralegal girls and their family, Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) is now moving towards the rehabilitation program i.e. helping the 105 paralegal girls who have their house either severely damaged or completely destroyed make small temporary bamboo and wood houses. In the beginning of this project (SASANE) has recently completed the approval letter procedures to start our earthquake rehabilitation program for the 105 girls. We have already received the letters from District Administration Office, Nepal and the Social Welfare Council, Nepal. A special meeting was held in the SASANE office with the government agencies. Our target group and the process of help was put forward by SASANE in the meeting.
The two government agencies has set up a monitoring and evaluation committee to check on our progress in the recovery and rehabilitation program. Talking about the development in the project, we have already distributed the form to the girls who have been a severe victim of the April 2015 earthquake. The girls whose house has been either damaged or completely destroyed can fill up the application mentioning their house location, type of help needed with two photographs of the damaged or destroyed house.
We have a huge number of girls coming to us for help and we are hoping that we will be able to help them all. The situation of the girls is deteriorating day by day as we have a cold and chilly weather here lately and the girls have been living in tents and tepee. We want to help these girls build small temporary bamboo or wood houses so that they can live in and stay warm.
With your little help we will be able to help these girls to start living their normal life again. We hope we will get your support in this project. 
Thank you!
By - Jeny Pokharel, Office Coordinator
Project Leader - Indira Gurung
                       Kathmandu, Nepal 

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