Anti-trafficking, Basic health and Cooperative Nepal (ABC/Nepal) is a non-profit organization established from the pocket money of few enthusiasts in the year 1987. It works towards the promotion of women and children's rights, with a special focus on the prevention of violence against women and trafficking in women and children. It was the first organization to draw attention towards the issue of human trafficking and to work for sensitizing the various segments of society to this gross violation of human rights. The organization advocates gender equality by promoting women's education and economic empowerment and raising awareness about social and political issues that affect women the most.
Major completed projects since five years
Ø HIV/AIDS and Migration Project, funded by Danish Embassy in 32 VDC of Morang and Sunsari district (eastern part of Nepal) - Six years project.
Ø We Can Project, funded by OXFAM/GV related to violence against women - 4 years Project.
Ø Health services program in the community, supported by Doctor of the World, USA -3 years Project.
Ø Domestic violence law and trafficking, funded by Save the Children, Norway, 1 year
Ø Anti-trafficking project in collaboration with Government of Nepal, Ministry of women, children and social welfare - ongoing
Ø Economic Empowerment of women through various skill development training, funded by Ministry of Labor, Nepal Government
Ø Cross Boarder Project with Planet Infants in 11 districts of Nepal, supported by EU
Ø Care and support for the victim of trafficking and other form of violence, supported by Landmark Foundation, Sweden