our past projects

Nurturing youthful potential, our programs are a rallying call for young leaders to stand up for the rights of the marginalized. Over the past decade, we’ve collaborated with organizations, raising voices for the community on topics like HIV and AIDS, Drug Use, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR).

Together, we ignite change through a powerful movement, uniting the enigmatic and youthful spirit to create a wave of positive impact.

our youth based projects

3D - Dialogue, Debate and Discussion For Youth Leadership, 2015

In collaboration with the United Nations Alliance for Civilization (UNAOC) Youth Solidarity Fund 2015, SAATH organized “3D for Youth Leadership.” In six districts of Nepal, 180 local youth in each area experienced the transformative impact of this initiative. The program centered on sensitizing youth to social issues through dialogue, debate, and discussion, encouraging them to actively prevent social problems and instigate positive behavioral changes.

Youth Led Campaign, 2013 - 2015

The Youth-Led Campaign was a resounding battle against drug abuse, urging youth to steer clear of the destructive path of drugs. It was a collective movement, powered by the generous support of UNODC. This campaign was a call for unity among young minds to stand against substance abuse with a message that echoes loud and clear: STAY AWAY FROM DRUGS. This mantra echoed in 75 schools and communities in and around Kathmandu.

Positive Living Campaign (PLC), 2012 - 2014

The Positive Living Campaign aka PLC was an initiative ignited by the urge to address the social barriers and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS and Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights. Fearlessly eradicating the stigma, PLC continued to be an advocate championing the rights of people living with HIV and AIDS. It was a transformative force breaking the shackles of societal prejudices and fostering a positive, stigma-free society.

The Human Face, 2012

The Human Face was a media advocacy program reflecting the reality of society and its issues. For over four years, our radio program amplified the voices of the unheard and unnoticed, shedding light on the stories of these vulnerable groups. Supported by the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, THF gave faces to the often overlooked narratives in our society.

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