Who we are ?
SASANE was established in 2008 by former female victims of human trafficking on the principle that survivors can create social change. SASANE has adopted a rights-based approach to break cycles of exploitation and victimization and address the conditions facilitating the recent increase in human trafficking and the explosive growth of Nepal‟s night entertainment sector.Read more »
What We Do ?
For a Nepali woman, filing a complaint against a trafficker or an abuser is too often a traumatic experience that leads to re‐victimization. Because of gender‐discrimination, patriarchal norms, and male‐domination within the legal system, women are frequently blamed or ignored by law enforcement agents. By training survivors to become paralegals, SASANE has set out to stop these injustices. Today, SASANE members work at 25 police stations,Read more »
Mission and Vision
SASANE’s mission is to end the physical and sexual exploitation of women and girls, ensure their legal rights, and empower them to live free and dignified lives. SASANE believes that survivors themselves have immense potential to combat the exploitation of Nepalese women and girls and to affect social change.Read more »