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Annoucement of Paralegal Training Program

Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) is a non profit organization established in 2008 with the mission to support and empower women survivors of human trafficking and gender based violence as well as women and girls at risk of being trafficked or re-trafficked.

Every year SASANE organizes the Paralegal Traning Program for the women survivors of human trafficking (internally\externally) with the aim to empower them by teaching them their legal rights and also providing them with education,employment skills,a sense of protection for women while working at police stations and showing a way for survivors to reclaim their lives by giving back to assist other survivors.

We are going to start a new session of the Paralegal Training Program 2015 both in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We are ready to accept applications from girls (victims\survivors) of human trafficking and gender based violence.We also receive recommendations from other organizations of girls willing to pursue the Paralegal Training.

Thank you !

Date - 20th of August to 20th of September

Time - 10 a.m to 4 p.m

Contact organization - Samrakshak Samuha Nepal, Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Nepal

                                -Samrakshak Samuha Nepal, Mustang chowk, Pokhara ,Nepal

Nepal Earthquake-SASANE Girls in need of Help

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On the 25th of April 2015 a terrible natural disaster struck Nepal. At 12 in the afternoon a 7.9 richter scale earthquake sent the whole country into a state of emergency, affecting millions of women, men and children. Being the biggest earthquake the country has seen in 80 years it has so far caused the death of more than 7000 people and destroyed over 120 000 homes - numbers that are only expected to rise as the true effects of the disaster is uncovered.

Due to this terrible occurance all of SASANE's work to stop human trafficking has come to a halt. Out of the 175 certified paralegals SASANE has empowered over the years, 90 % have now seen their homes completely destroyed and one of the paralegals tragically lost her life. At the moment SASANE is focusing on relieving and helping all of the affected paralegals and their families. Using the funds previously meant for the organisation's anti-trafficking projects SASANE has bought and distrubuted food and water to the areas where the affected paralegals lived. As seen on the pictures above the situtation for these villagers are very bad, and even the process of distributing these relief materials was difficult as there are many other victims on the route to the paralegal's villages demanding relief. Fortunately the SASANE staff managed to reach their destinations and provide temporarily relief to places the government aid has not yet reached.

However, this relief is only temporarily and the greater challenge is yet to come. The situation still remains - 90 % of the paralegals are now homeless and need long-term assistance in rebuilding new homes. Also the disaster has left many of the girls already vulnerable to trafficking even more vulnerable, as the country is in a state of disorganisation. SASANE aims to provide their paralegals affected by the earthquake with great support  and as soon as possible carry on with the important work to prevent trafficking. If you wish to help us in this time of need please click here


Written by Adrienne Lee ,Planeterra Blog


Three years ago, long before I began working with Planeterra Foundation, I travelled to India and Nepal to volunteer with an organization working towards abolishing modern-day slavery in one of the world's epicentres of human-trafficking.  According to the Global Slavery Index, India and Nepal rank 4th and 5th in the world for prevalence of human-trafficking in the country's population.  One of the most pervasive of these practices is forced sex work with conservative numbers averaging anywhere between 5,000 to 10,000 girls trafficked to India each year and an estimated 200,000 currently forced to work in Indian brothels.  


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