CSID is a non-profit, voluntary organisation that was registered as a Charity Trust in 1997. The organisation envisions an inclusive society where all disadvantaged members, including those with disabilities, live with equal rights and have access to the same opportunities that enable them to
Nari Maitree (NM) – meaning women's solidarity, is a women-led, non-partisan, and non-profit development organisation. It was founded in 1983 by a group of female social activists with a mission to empower the disadvantaged and vulnerable women, children, adolescents, and youth of the country.
SABAH Bhutan was established with funding from the SAARC Development Fund as a part of the project “Strengthening Livelihood Initiatives of the Home-Based Workers in the SAARC Region”. It aims to promote the welfare of the home-based workers in the country by enhancing and marketing their skills
Addu Trade Cooperative was formed in 2012 with an aim to empower women and to improve their livelihoods.
Saathi meaning ‘friend’ in Nepali is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, which was established in 1992 to address the contemporary challenges that Nepali women face. In keeping with this agenda, Saathi identified violence against women and children as an area requiring urgent attention
Women For Human Rights (WHR) is a single-women group whose vision is to achieve a non-discriminatory and equitable society where single women are respected and can live with dignity and there are sufficient legal provisions to protect single women’s political, social, cultural and economic
WSDO is a fair trade organisation, which has been working since 1975 as a non-profit and is an income-generating programme for economically disadvantaged, disabled, abused, widowed, divorced, single and outcast women from rural Nepal, supporting them to be self-reliant and independent. The
SABAH Pakistan, the SAARC Business Association for Home-based women workers, is a pioneering organisation for women’s development and preserving the traditional techniques of Pakistan’s artisans. SABAH refers to its home-based workers as members, these are primarily female artisans from across