Current Partners

Our Partners

The funding provided by the charities below are directed to support for girls rescued from traffickers, being sheltering at the rehabilitation centre of Kathmandu and Biratnagar.

Do Good Now

Support for shelter, lodging and education support providing different information through awareness program and surveillance center.

KINOE (Kids in Need of Education)

Education support to survivor living within the transit home and outside the transit home who have been already reintegrated in  their family. Skillful training for the marginalized women and the survivors of different forms of violence.

BlessVision Foundation

Education support to survivors.

 

Other Partners are:

 

Socio-economic Empowerment with Dignity and Sustainability (SEEDS Programme)

This programme is envisioned to sustain the outcomes of adolescent empowerment program that encompass the entire family with the concept of family as a unit where parents, children and adolescents will benefit. This program is focused on four thematic areas: Quality Education, Social Protection, IGA/Livelihood Improvement and strengthening sustainable community structure. SEEDS programme facilitates the communities to engage in SHGs for collective voicing and build their capacities at individual and group level. It encourages communities to put their voices and demands in local plans. The Self-Help Groups (SHGs) is the foundation of SEEDS programme for all development initiatives that adopts right based approach which empower the communities to claim and protect their rights.

 

 

Right Based Education for Dalit Youths in Nepal (SAMVAD Programme)

SAMVAD is a learning and action research process that builds analytical capacity and confidence among the participants and helps them to be self-reliant. It is an innovative initiative developed through synchronizing the liberating educational method of Paulo Freire, PRA tools and techniques, spirit of mind management approach and REFLECT. It focuses on social, economic and political empowerment of the 5000 adolescents from Dalit, Janajati, Muslim and other excluded families. Indispensable awareness in the adolescent’s life, income generation and learning by doing are the main ingredients of SAMVAD.

 

Community-based Interventions for the Empowerment of Women and Prevention of Labour (Work in Freedom Project)

 

ABC Nepal has been implementing Work in Freedom Project in 15 VDCs of Rupandehi district. The development objective of the program is to reduce incident of trafficking of women and girls from Rupandehi aiming for labour migration to the Middle East, with a particular focus on domestic and garment sector. Community based interventions under the Work in Freedom Programme are aimed at identifying potential migrants in places of origin and providing information that can assist in informed decision making about whether to migrate and how to migrate safer. The objectives of the project is Enhance capacity of project staff and key stakeholders to deliver and monitor project interventions; Empower potential women migrant workers with knowledge and support services on safe migration channels, skills training, rights and responsibilities at work, and how to avoid being trafficked; Strengthen coordination and advocacy mechanisms at local to national level for prevention of trafficking; and Improve access to available support services for potential women and girls migrant workers through referral mechanisms in place.

 

Cracking social constraints through Technology (Effect)

 The project is focused on improving database maintenance system of organizational records through technically improved resource thus resulting in the visibility of organizational achievements.

 

Labour market Information and Employment services

 

The purpose of the project is to strengthen the ESC through provision of the needed data and information on Employing agencies and job seekers in Rupandehi.

 

Mangala Sahana Long term rehabilitation home

ABC Nepal  has been operating Managala Sahana long term Rehabilitation Center collaboration with Women and Children Ministry of Nepal Government since 2016. It has been providing support to the survivors of different forms of violence, which has referred/recommended by Nepal government. The Center has been providing counseling, residential services, health care services, formal and non-formal education, life skill training, vocational training to the survivors. 12 women/girls have been provided services from the Center.