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.
Dec 13, 2016

Report on Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)

Dear Global Giving Team,
Please find the report on Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231).
Developmental Training to the Paralegal Certified Girls
 
SASANE has till date produced 245 certified paralegal girls till date. To successfully empower the survivor girls, SASANE has now started providing the paralegal certified girls with some computer related training. 
We have been providing three different types of training to the paralegal girls.
1. Web-development Training: 
The girls have been receiving this training for a month till date. A web development organization named TechRise has been giving the training to the girls. The girls have successfully completed level 1 and are now in level 2.
2. Physical-therapy Training:
The girls interested in physical therapy are being provided with the physical therapy training which has been provided by Pranamaya Yoga. The girls are taught how to help survivors of human trafficking or other issues in life through yoga. It has also already been a month since the girls have started taking the training. 
3. Data-base system Training:
The girls are also provided with the data-base system training. The girls interested in computer based knowledge are part of this training. The organization named Stop Traffic has been providing this training to the girls.
As SASANE is responsible to ensure employment opportunity to the girls, we have now moved to the other training programs which can be useful to the girls to gain employment opportunities.
We hope to receive the same support from you always.
Thank-you!
Please 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
Sep 15, 2016

Fwd: Report on Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)

Paralegal girls after the training.jpg
Paralegal girls after the training.jpg
Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find the report on Empower Nepali Survivors of Human Trafficking (6231)

Report:

Completion of Paralegal Training Program 2016

SASANE has completed the Paralegal Training Program 2016 recently. 50% of the female survivors of Human trafficking and child marriage who actively participated in the training successfully passed the paralegal examination. Both the interns from Kathmandu and Pokhara, majority of the girls passed the examination.

The passed paralegals are now working successfully in the 25 police stations of Kathmandu and 6 police stations in Pokhara. Some of the girls are now settled in Ghyangphedi - rural mountain village of Nuwakot. They provide the skill development training classes to the girls and adult women of the respective village. They make huge number of beads bracelet, necklase and other accessories. We are now in the process of selling those accessories to the travelers who come to SASANE office in Kathmandu for lunch.

Thank you.

Picture attached below. 

Regards,
Jeny Pokharel
Grant and Report Coordinator
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE)
Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Paralegal girls.jpg
Sep 15, 2016

Fwd: Support 105 paralegal girls' earthquake recovery (20466)

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Construction of Toilet.jpg
Dear Sir/Madam,

Kindly find the report below.

Report. 

Construction of Toilets in eight villages of Nuwakot

After the successful completion of the Earthquake Rehabilitation Program by SASANE. We started the construction of toiltes in eight rural mountain villages of Nuwakot. Nuwakot is considered to be one of the rural village of Nepal where people do not have toilets. To raise awareness among the villagers about the importance of sanitation/cleanliness, SASANE with the help of the international donors and the Government of Nepal recently completed construction of eight toilets in eight villages of Nuwakot respectively. 

After the construction of toilets, the villagers are seen more conscious about cleanliness issues and are found to be more aware about using toilets. The SASANE sisters who have been placed in these eight villages regularly monitor and make sure that the toilets have been used by the villagers and are also responsible to teach about hand wash and the importance of sanitation and cleanliness in their village.

Thank you.

More detail: www.sasane.org.np

Picture attached below.


Regards,
Jeny Pokharel
Grant and Report Coordinator
Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE)
Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Villager in front of the toilet.jpg
 
   

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