Himalayan Human Rights Monitors (HimRights) is a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-profit organization committed to defending the rights of poor, marginalized and socially excluded communities and individuals, with a special focus on women, children and youth. .

Supporting Partners
Global Family Village Inc: ‘Earthquake Recovery through Empowerment, Leadership, and Reconstruction of Marginalized Survivors of Kathmandu Valley’ (2016-2017).

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) - Enhancing Empowerment of the Youth from Marginalized Groups in Nepal for Inclusive Democracy and Greater Realization of Human Rights (2013-2016)

UN Women/ Search for Common Ground- Ensuring Participatory and Secure Transition (EPST) ( 2013-2014)

DFID/ESP – Sexual Violence against Girls Assessment (2011-2012)

Plan International Nepal- CFS 2015, Anti Human Trafficking and Safe Migration, Child Mock Parliament, Birth Registration, Public Hearing, (2000 – 2014), HimRights LifeLine (2004-2008)

KIOS Finland- Partnerships for Protecting Children in Armed Conflict (PPCC) (2007- 2012)

Action Aid Nepal – Participatory Democracy Initiative (2010 -2012), HimRights Lifeline (2004-2008), Anti-trafficking (2007)

UNDP- Collaborative Leadership and Dialogue (2012)

Pende Foundation – Safe Migration (2012-2015)  

From the Heart Foundation - Safe Migration (2011 - 2012)

UNICEF – Reconciliation: Voices and Experience of Children in Armed Conflict, Public Hearings, Art Exhibitions (2008-2011)

Youth Action Fund (Open Society Institute) (OSI) – (2009 - 2011 )

International Women Program (OSI) - ensure women’s meaningful participants in Constituent Assembly Process and to promote peace and reconciliation (2010 – 2011)

MS Nepal – HimRights LifeLine, Youth Mock Parliament, Conflict Management and Peace Building Program (2006 – 2009)

Watchlist – Comic Book on Reconciliation (2005 - 2010),UN SC Resolution 1612 Monitoring and Response, Reconciliation workshops (2004 - 2008)

British Embassy – Child Mock Parliament Eastern Region (2006)

Canadian Cooperation Office – HimRights LifeLine (2006)

OSI/IWP- Women in Constitution and Reconciliation (2009-2010)

Rockefeller Foundation- HimRights Helpline (2010-2012)
  • Peace Building &
    The decade-long armed conflict launched by the Maoists caused erosion of many social values, trust, and solidarity in societies...
  • Anti Human Trafficking &
    Safe Migration
    Trafficking, particularly of women and girls, has been a serious problem since historic times in Nepal.
  • Human
    HimRights has a significant focus in monitoring demonstrations. However, there is difficulty
    in presenting details of all the...
  • Child
    Partnerships for Protecting Children in Armed Conflict (PPCC) has a mandate to monitor and report child rights...
  • Good
    Literally, democracy means "power of the people". Democracy, in terms of practical considerations, is a principle...
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