Sancharika Samuha (SAS), a forum of Women Journalists and Communicators, has been advocating through the media and campaigning for the protection and promotion of human rights focusing on women journalists in particular and women in general. Rights from its inception in April 1996, SAS has been launching a crusade against violation of human rights. It has been making efforts to reduce gender-based violence through its publication Sancharika Feature, radio and TV programs, and advocacy with and through the media.more...
Interaction Program / Workshop
SAS has been conducting various Interaction programmes on issues that range from discussion on research studies, activities on women’s rights and legislation to cases of violence or violations of human rights, with the central theme being gender and women’s empowerment.
SAS has been taking out a monthly "Sancharika Feature Service" since 1997. The main purpose of this publication is to encourage journalists to write about women's issues.
Since the beginning of 1998, SAS started monitoring the print media and compiled news on different women related issues to sensitize the media people on women issues and discourage negative portrayal of women.
Sancharika Samuha has been issuing Press Release of its activities and different contemporary issues of the women and women journalists since its establishment in 1996.
Sancharika Samuha has been organizing a number of trainings on basic journalism and feature writing for women journalists and gender orientation training to both mens and women journalists and editors in all five developmental regions of Nepal since 2005.
Sancharika Samuha advocates for the well being of women journalists and other women through Radio Jingle/Public Service Announcement, Television Program and Documentary Production.