With the intensive work and effort made against human trafficking, KIN NEPAL has been able to become one of the leading organizations in Nepal. We are able to make our valuable presence almost in all southern borders which are the most vulnerable points for trafficking. Moreover, KIN has been playing an active role to build up the alliance among the like-minded governmental and NGOs which has made it easier for us to establish the issue. We are conscious from the very beginning that mutual cooperation and collaboration has become a meaningful asset to bring out meaningful changes. Therefore, KIN has made its active presence to form district anti human trafficking coordination committee in each district and make it functional. Local authorities have appreciated such way of KIN’s working modality.
In addition, the coordination has been extended across the border in different cities of India as well. Additionally, KIN NEPAL has actively been involved in national level advocacy and policy influence. Recently KIN NEPAL has been listed out and acknowledged by the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen (MoWCSC). KIN Nepal is a member of National Committee on Combating Human Trafficking (NCCHT). KIN Nepal is Executive Committee member of Alliance Against Trafficking of Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN).
KIN NEPAL team constantly involves in lobby and regular interaction with line ministries, relevant departments and other national level Civil Society Organization (CSOs). In the past, KIN Nepal partnered with Nepal Government to initiate and expand KIN activities in Sindhupalchowk, Aaptari-Chitwan and Butwal after earthquake in 2015. Recently, KIN Nepal has partnered in Krishnagar and Madi, Chitwan in border surveillance.
KIN NEPAL is working for system strengthening. In this regard, a workshop about FETI on Feb, 2018 in Lalitpur with an aim to provide the justice for human trafficking and gender based violence survivors. In the workshop, 40 participants from Ministry, Nepal Police, National Women Commission, National Human Rights Commission, Nepal Bar Association, Lalitpur Metro Politian City, AATWIN and likeminded organizations such as LACC, PPR, Shakti Samuh, CELRRD, Sawatranta Abhiyan and prosecutors were participated. FETI specialist Amy S.Allen from USA and Judge Tek Narayan Kunwar from High Court, DSP Ganga Pant was resource persons. Likewise, Secretary of Nepal Government and former asst. attorney general Mr. Krishna Jeevi Ghimire, Cosmologist Dr. Shanker Kumar Shrestha and Deputy Mayor of Lalitpur Metropolitan Ms. Gita Satyal were the key speakers of the Workshop. The participants came in the conclusion that implementation of FETI is necessary to provide justice to the survivors.