Women and Children Helpline Service

Women and Children Helpline Service

A helpline can do what the caped crusader cannot. SASAN started its helpline service from November 2020, considering the difficulties the children and women may face during the prohibitory orders or future lockdown. We are making the helpline service available on the toll-free number 16600130013.

The helpline is open for 24 hours and intends to offer free legal information for the survivors and females seeking assistance for issues related to human trafficking, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, domestic violence, and child marriage. The helpline service is completely handled by female human trafficking survivors themselves making it easy and comfortable for the victims to inform or report about the incident.

Work of SASANE Women and Children Helpline Service

  • Tackle the discriminatory norms and practices that deny women to access their rights.
  • Instant support to the victims to eliminate the gaps in receiving justice.
  • Promote social protection measures for the reintegration process.
  • Eliminate biases and stereotypes for social wellbeing.
  • Provide brief counseling and address obstacles to mitigate the arising issues.
  • Directly refer needful cases to Nepal Police in coordination with SASANE based paralegals reducing the hassle to visit the police station.

Every three female out of five in Nepal are the victims of domestic violence, social abuse, and human trafficking. SASANE to bridge in the support has collaborated with its survivors to supervise and access the communication needed for the victims approaching to share their hesitation and concerns.

Program Details
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  • Phone:16600130013
  • Location:Kathmandu

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Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal