SASANE – Experiences, success and struggles

SASANE – Experiences, success and struggles

By Shyam Pokharel Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) is a survivor-led organization that was established in 2008 under the founding principle that women survivors of human trafficking have immense potential to combat the exploitation of Nepalese women and girls and to create social change. Founded in Kathmandu and later expanding to Pokhara and ten mountain villages, the organization is based on four key and interrelated programmes: Paralegal, Sisterhood of Survivors (SOS), School Awareness, and Community Outreach. These programmes were created through…

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Women at the Foot of the Eight-Thousanders

Women at the Foot of the Eight-Thousanders

Our director Daniela Moreno Alarcón spent time in Nepal earlier this year, conducting gender evaluations in some of the country’s top tourism destinations. She met with many inspiring entrepreneurs and activists, and recounts some of her impressions below. The original Spanish version of this article can be read here, and also includes sources to the statistics cited in this article. In January 2019 I experienced Nepal for the first time when I visited the country to conduct gender evaluations in…

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Mujeres a los pies de los ocho miles (ES)

Mujeres a los pies de los ocho miles (ES)

Nuestra directora Daniela Moreno Alarcón pasó un tiempo en Nepal a principios de este año, realizando evaluaciones de género en algunos de los principales destinos turísticos del país. Ella se reunió con muchos empresarios y activistas inspiradores, y relata algunas de sus impresiones aquí. En enero de 2019 tuve mi primera experiencia en Nepal en el marco de, por entonces, una incipiente evaluación de género en tres Parque Nacionales del país. Uno de estos Parque Nacionales a evaluar fue Annapurna,…

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