KIN is a national level not-for-profit non-governmental organization (NGO), established in 2008 in Lalitpur District Administration Office, with the aim to end human trafficking in Nepal by transforming broken individuals and strengthening communities, enhancing and ensuring their human rights, justice and self-dignity. KIN is all set to transform the lives of broken and rescued young women/girls and their communities physically and morally, through rescue and rehabilitation, counseling, capacity building, empowerment and community reintegration. With this strategy, KIN seeks to prioritize its program activities on Prevention, Protection and Prosecution along with improving coordination, alliance building and advocacy against human trafficking in Nepal.
5P (Prevention, protection, prosecution, partnership & policy intervention) for combating Human Trafficking & GBV
Capacity Building of Women & Girls Groups through CBOs
Short Term Care in a Safe and Loving Family Environment
Skill Based Livelihood Training and Business Support for Women & Girls Empowerment
Information Sharing on Human Trafficking, Gender Based Violence, Safe Migration, Counseling and Rescue of Women & Girls