Our Experiences

Sarbodaya is a Non Partisan, Non-profit making independent non-government organization (NGO). It was established by a group of non-political, academic, and professional people in 2005 with a great motivation to work in the local regions especially in the Mid-West and Far Western part of the country for democracy, peace, human rights and community development.  Since then, it is working on rights-based approach on issues such as social justice, peace, human rights, democratic development, environment conservation and community development. It works for the attainment of peace, development and justice through peoples’ meaningful participation and bottom-up approach.

In the years of   armed conflict in Nepal, Sarbodaya demonstrated proven quality and strength towards building a greater public defence on human rights, democracy and community development. In the meantime, the organization has stood in front-line along with other like-minded organizations in opposing the non-democratic rule and rampant problem of impunity. It has worked under exceptionally difficult circumstances even in the remotest hilly regions of Nepal to improve the human rights situation and help attain peace, democracy and sustainable development for the community.

Sarbodaya is comprises of all the energetic intellectuals and likeminded group on human rights defenders, lawyers, gender experts, peace educators, sociologists, social leaders and trainers. Their common key activities include: promotion and protection of human rights, documentation, dissemination of information, education, communication, training, research, fact-finding, publication, advocacy and election observation. Above all, the organization explores the theme on right based approach.

Sarbodaya has implemented the project in Jumla, Achham, Kalikot,Dailakh districts on work for women empowerment, livelihood, education and reproductive health   justice, community development Currently Sarbodayan is working on women empowerment, livelihood, education and reproductive health   justice, education rights, land and food rights, local governance and community development. It has very good networking with local, national and international organizations.