About Sancharika Samuha

The word 'Sanchar' in Nepali means Communication and Sancharika likewise  means women communicators  while Samuha means Group. Thus, Sancharika Samuha (SAS) is a Forum of women communicators established after the Beijing conference in April 1996 with the objective of promoting a healthier and gender sensitive media.
 
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Public Hearing on "Dowry and Violence against Women" held

Birgunj, 4 April 2014 - Sancharika Samuha (SAS) Nepal organized a public Hearing on Dowry and Violence against Women here today.  The main objective of the program was to call for ending the dowry system and reducing the violence against women associated with it.

The program also aimed at drawing the attention of the government agencies, journalists and stakeholders to reduce violence against women associated with dowry and providing legal remedy and social justice to 

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Featured Work

Activities

Interaction Program / Workshop
SAS conducts frequent talks and interaction programs on current affairs and issues related to gender. These programs are open

Feature Service
SAS has been taking out a monthly "Sancharika Feature Service" since 1997. The main purpose of this publication is to encourage...

Media Monitorng
In the context of Nepal, domestic violence, injustice and oppression to women are taken as normal behaviours due to the strong.

Sancharika Online
Sancharika online news site is a women's news portal of Sancharika Samuha (SAS). It was launched by Hon'ble Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal amind a function organized at SAS premises on 13 March 2014. The main objective of Sancharika Online is to mainstream women's issues in media and to provide an opportunity working women journalists to contribute to the news portal. It is an initiative of SAS to bring out investigative reports on women's issues, thereby supporting to reduce violence against women.

Press Release
SAS conducts frequent talks and interaction programs on current affairs and issues related to gender. These programs are.

Training
SAS has been taking out a monthly "Sancharika Feature Service" since 1997. The main purpose of this publication is to encourage...

Advocacy
In the context of Nepal, domestic violence, injustice and oppression to women are taken as normal behaviours due to the strong.

Television Programme
Since 4 November 2013, SAS has been producing and airing a 30-minute television programme titled "Samakon" on Kantipur Television. The objective of the programme is to dig out the issues of gender-based violence, bring them to the notice of duty bearers, support survivors of such violence by providing them an opportunity to share the injustice, and create awareness among people in order to create a gender-friendly society.