Situated in Nepal’s most-populous city, Kathmandu, with nearly as many as a million inhabitants, Maiti Nepal provides a home away from home to women and children, young and old. These women are usually those not accepted by their families and society.
Maiti Nepal is the epitome of love and affection for vulnerable girls and children. And that has been shown over the past years of its operation in the country.
As one of the oldest NGOs in Nepal, founded in 1993, Maiti Nepal strives to protect girls, women, and children from trafficking, hard labor, crimes, domestic violence, etc.
Maiti Nepal does not only save women and children from unpleasant life situations befalling them, but it also wages legal battles against the criminal.
Since its establishment in the early 90s, the organization hasn’t given up on fighting for the right of vulnerable women and children. It has always stood its ground against excessive force against women. Therefore, working toward finding justice for the victims.
Maiti Nepal is not giving up on its continuous efforts to raise awareness concerning any form of violence against women.
In addition to its overall commitment to protecting women and children from harmful activities and threats, it has shown dedication to making rehabilitation accessible to women and children while advocating for justice and providing sustainable prevention of girl trafficking. Also, it ensures to take a rapid response against traffickers.
After more than two decades of operation, Maiti Nepal has boasts hundreds of facilities in its position, including rehabilitation and transit homes and an academy.
Maiti Nepal offers Programs such as Advocacy and Awareness, the Mother-Baby Project, Prevention and Protection, Prosecution and Legal Counselling, Rescue and Repatriation, Reintegration and Rehabilitation, Training, and Job Placement, Child Protection Program, Education Sponsorship, plus a couple of others.