A Society Free From Trafficking Of Children & Women






Bhandari Gaon, Tokha-11, Kathmandu, Nepal

Introduction of Nepal Matri Griha

Nepal Matri Griha (NMG) is a Nepali non-government, non-political, non-profitable and a social democratic organization established in the year 2000 that works to promote the rights, welfare and development of children living on the margins of society. It is registered at District Administration Office, Kathmandu as per the Organization Registration Act, 1974 and also, affiliated with Social Welfare Council, Municipality Office and Ward Office. It has 32 members in the board; among them 7 are democratically elected members, including a chairperson, vice-chairperson, general secretary, secretary, treasurer and 2 general members.  All the members of the central and provincial committees are assisted to establish the organization in good hands. It was launched by a cluster of Nepalese experts working in the fields of education, health and social service, who were also exposed to similar circumstances when they were offspring. It always holds up them to raise their voice and transform their circumstances by providing different services throughout various programs like – education, health, food, national trainings and much more others. It is established to meet the growing challenges of Nepal’s development- Its beneficiaries are all most from 77 districts of Nepal; it works directly with children and the children`s families; focusing its activities on the relief, socialization and social re-integration of children living.

In Nepal, there are thousands of NGOs and INGOs working in various fields. It works for social sector development through combined effort of national and international community. NMG has been working since 2000 to till now to reduce and prevent child labor by promoting education, health, trainings and awareness-raising locally-initiated projects. It always implements, coordinates and develops relationships with the government and development agencies at the local level and help them to break away from the effects of discrimination based on caste, disability, gender and social status. Ever since it was founded, with its dedicated team, NMG hopes to grow steadily, touching and changing lives of thousands of poor and needy people of Nepal through different projects. There is a strong need to protect women and children from all forms of abuse and exploitations. So it has planned to set up at least Seven Units in the Seven Province of the country, whose accountability would be to provide services in need and monitoring the women and children who are in dire need of it; every year more than 5500 of people were benefited from its projects.