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Sisterhood of Survivors, Nepal

Location -  Kathmandu and Pokhara, Nepal

SASANE is a charity was formed in 2008 with the aim of empowering survivors of human trafficking to break the cycle of corruption in Nepal by training survivors to be paralegals and the first point of contact for other victims in local police stations. It is often the victims of trafficking that are wrongfully arrested, fine and then bailed out by their traffickers to be further exploited and abused. 

SASANE and our local partner have developed the Sisterhood of Survivors initiative with the aim to produce a sustainable income for their programmes. The tourism initiative trains survivors in tourism and guiding, which both creates meaningful employment and raises awareness of the issue of trafficking in Nepal to a wider audience. Survivors can teach travellers how to make traditional dumplings and they enjoy a meal together. The majority of employees and trainees are young people aged 20 or under. 

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