Ensure and empower children and youth to determine respectful life by defending and upholding their rights by preventing and protecting them from becoming the victim abuse, discrimination and trafficking

Boys too are sexually abused and exploited

SathSath works to protect male youth from sexual abuse and exploitation and to disengage as many male youth as possible from commercial sex work.

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Bridging formal schooling for street connected children – “The Bridge” with support from The ToyBox. This interventions targets street-connected children.

Making Children Visible

Street Connected Children have a better sense of self-respect as a result of legal identity.” Acquiring birth registration and citizenship for the target beneficiaries will empower and motivate them towards positive lifestyle seek for social assistance, claim right to inherit property and open doors in formal sector for job.

Child Online Safety

Children who were not in supervision of parents while using internet seemed to falls in to the victim. There has been no proper research and study carried out on online abuse and exploitation of children but police report shows children are more vulnerable of falling victim from social media, email hacking, prone sites, sms bullying etc, impostering, sexting and grooming are major means of online internet form of abuse and exploitation recorded.

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Listen our Radio Programme

SathSath is currently producing and broadcasting Radio programmes on “The Brith Registration” of street connected children in Nepal with support from www.toybox.org.uk

15 minutes radio programme is broadcasted in all seven provinces of Nepal.

  1. Saptakoshi FM, Province 1
  2. Janaki Fm, Province 2
  3. Radio Sagarmatha, Bagmati Province
  4. Radio Annapurna, Gandaki Province
  5. Bageshowri Fm, Province 5
  6. Radio Bheri, Karnali Province
  7. Radio Dinesh, Far Western Province

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·CSEC/LGBT MINOR/SOGIE issues are still not fully understood and lack awareness among donors, government, and society.