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WHO WE ARE

We stand for what we believe in. In Nepali SAATH means “Support” & “Togetherness”.

 

SAATH is a social work organization that works together with different individuals, groups and organisations in order to provide necessary support to marginalized communities with major focus on needy children and girls.

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WHAT WE DO

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Hakuna Matata

We work with children in need for their education, socialization and capacity building through various workshops and activities.

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Danfe

We work with marginalized girls for providing safe job opportunities and improving livelihoods through necessary life skills training.

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Youth based Projects

We have projects and activities that involves youths in various awareness raising, advocacy programs on issues related to youth.

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WE BELIEVE IN SUSTAINABILITY

Each programs at SAATH are designed to be a self sustaining program for long run. Your donations are acknowledged and used for the rest of your life.

 

With your each donations, our beneficiaries not only get immediate support, but the programs itself get much more stronger and develop into a long term sustainable program. Hakuna Matata Endowment Fund and Danfe: Sponsor a girl is a sustainable approach of supporting a child and a girl in need.

SAATH JOURNAL

As soon as the clock stroked 7:30 am, the bus engine started and we were more than excited to head off to our destination. Since we had a different camp experience a week before, Sukute beach was the perfect location to conclude 2018 winter camp......

Games, fun and joy were in the foreground during these two days. Our Motto: Let’s change our minds and experience something new together! After a short round of introduction of all participants, we played some warm-up games, which demanded a lot from some youngsters. All......

A saccharine smile on her face and a zeal in her eyes, she is Binda B.K., a Danfe beneficiary of the year 2016. She has come a long way from being a beneficiary, to becoming a local entrepreneur and at current working in collaboration with......

On Friday, 15 December 2017, I had my fourth home visit within the framework of the Hakuna Matata project at SAATH. Accompanied by my colleague, Ms. Ayeesha Joshi, I had the great pleasure to meet an incredible woman and her daughter. I became witness to......