SASANE is a survivor-led organization established in 2008 under the founding principle that women survivors of human trafficking have immense potential to combat the exploitation of Nepalese women and girls, and to create social change.

Since the organization’s founding in Kathmandu and expansion to Pokhara and seven village areas, four key and interrelated programs (Paralegal, SOS, School Awareness & Community Outreach) have been created through an innovative strategy which combines paralegal training, small business development, school awareness, and community outreach. These interdependent programs assume a rights-based approach to break the cycles of exploitation and victimization, increase women’s access to justice, and reintegrate survivors into society as valued and respected members of their community.



The Paralegal program was the original goal since SASANE formed in 2008. Despite the high number of girls trafficked from Nepal, only about 10% of all survivors filed complaints READ MORE….


The Community Outreach program has been able to reach in 10 working communities (Sisipu, Ghewar, Ghyangdhada, Ghyangphedi, Bolung, Uppra, Singuchhe, Katunje Hupkhel) READ MORE….


The program provides anti- trafficking awareness education to 60 public schools yearly in Kathmandu and Pokhara and distributes necessary resources in the remote areas. READ MORE….


From 2015-17 SASANE has hosted for 1675 travelers from 40 countries and is looking forward to meeting more travelers in the future. Program offers Hospitality training.  READ MORE….