SASANE is recognized as a leading legal resource on human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Nepal. SASANE has not only led groundbreaking legal cases, but has also spearheaded efforts to train government officials, NGOs, and INGOs on legal advances, casework, and procedures. SASANE is committed to ensuring that stakeholders have the necessary knowledge capacity to effectively prosecute violations and ensure that victims achieve justice.
- SASANE recently formed a network of over ten anti-trafficking organizations staffed by trafficking survivors in Kathmandu. Voice of Women Survivors will work on awareness and policy advocacy, and to magnify the voices of women survivors in society, and the anti-trafficking sector in Nepal.
SASANE held a two-day training and interaction program on human trafficking for different organizations working to combat human trafficking and sexual slavery. Participants included:
a. Kalaiya, Bara District – Coordinators of Poverty Elevation Fund – in coordination with Free the Slaves
b. Ghorai, Dang District – Facilitators of Livelihood Forestry Program – in coordination with Free the Slaves
c. Birgaj, Parsa District – Facilitators of Poverty Elevation Fund – in coordination with Free the Slaves
d. Banepa, Kavrepalanchok District – Partner Organization of Free the Slaves
Training for members of Shakti Samuha Nepal (Organizations of Survivors of Women Trafficking) on Sexual Slavery and Human Trafficking at Guheshwori, Kathmandu.
Training for members of Mahilako Nimti Mahila Manch (Women for Women Forum) on “Sexual Slavery” in Nepal at Samakhusi, Gangabu, Kathmandu.
One day’s interaction program with sex workers on Human Trafficking and Forced Prostitution in coordination with Pragati Mahila Sangh at Kausaltar, Bhaktapur.
Two-day’s interaction program with sex workers on Human Trafficking and Forced Prostitution in coordination with Namuna Mahila Sangh, at Imadol Lalitpur District.