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Gramin Mahila Srijanshil Pariwar

Gramin Mahila Srijanshil Pariwar (GMSP) is a female-led organisation that was founded by rural women from Sindhulpalchok District in Nepal.

Photo credit: Jenna Mulhall-Brereton © Geneva Global

GRANT AMOUNT

TOTAL AMOUNT GRANTED

$311,630

GRANT AWARDED DATE

NUMBER OF GRANTS

6

 This project aims to:

  • Strengthen existing Community Vigilance Committees (CVCs) from previous projects, and form 20 new CVCs. To collaborate in the identification of CSEC victims and survivors and spread awareness of issues related to CSEC and human trafficking at the community level
  • For children in situations of exploitation, GMSP will conduct liberations. Followed by psychosocial and legal support. GMSP will also construct interim rehabilitation centre to provide temporary rehabilitation assistance to the survivors.
  • Strengthen existing child club, support club members and facilitate them to discuss issues related to CSEC and trafficking.
  • Organise extra-curricular activities to promote awareness of the issues, along with community-based promotional activities.
  • Offer livelihood support to the parents of vulnerable children with the aim of promoting their regular school attendance
LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

2 Years

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

January 2019

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$131,038

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

GMSP’s 2018 project seeks to reduce the displacement of children from the most vulnerable communities and trafficking of children to sectors prone to CSEC. To achieve this end, GMSP will focus on 7 main components:

  1. The empowerment of community-based child protection mechanisms
  2. Education support
  3. Awareness raising activities
  4. Strengthening child clubs, rehabilitation and reintegration for children withdrawn from CSEC
  5. Income generating activities and skills development
  6. Case management
  7. Counselling and rehabilitation support
LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

1 Year

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

January 2018

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$70,000

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

The goal of GMSP’s 2016-2017 project is to reduce and minimise the displacement of children from the most vulnerable communities and trafficking of children to sectors prone to commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC).

To achieve this end, GMSP will focus on six main objectives: empowering and strengthening community-based child protection mechanisms; providing educational support; conducting awareness raising activities; orienting child clubs on issues of CSEC; referring, rehabilitating and reintegrating victims of CSEC, and economic empowerment.

LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

16 Months

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

September 2016

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$60,000

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

Following the earthquake in Nepal, Gramin Mahila Srijansil Parivar (GMSP) will join with 2 other organisations in rapid research and training in order to generate new knowledge about and responses to vulnerability to trafficking and other human rights abuses during a large-scale emergency. The research will identify practical ways that existing humanitarian relief efforts can help prevent trafficking, especially linked to actions by local NGOs and community groups. It will be implemented through research and training in one earthquake-affected district of Nepal: Sindhupalchowk.

Gramin Mahila Srijansil Parivar, in collaboration with Free the Slaves and Swatantrata Abhiyan, will undertake 3 one-day meetings of relevant organisations in different parts of the district, combining scoping of the problems, learning about the effectiveness of current responses, and training to connect together locally-based groups with the wider humanitarian and government systems. These meetings will be preceded by fact finding from a range of relevant agencies in the area, and will be followed by tracking of participants’ actions taken to prevent trafficking and other abuses. A report on the research and training will then be widely disseminated.

LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

4 Months

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

July 2015

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$9,092

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

Following the earthquake, Gramin Mahila Srijanshil Pariwar (GMSP) will provide emergency assistance to approximately 1,450 families in two village areas. They will provide psychosocial counselling, awareness raising about risks of trafficking, and educational support for children, as well as helping them access materials for temporary shelter, food and water.

LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

4 Months

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

April 2015

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$5,000

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

Gramin Mahila Srijanshil Pariwar will work in Sindhupalchok to reduce the risk of trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation through community-based systems.

LENGTH OF GRANT

LENGTH OF GRANT

1 Year

GRANT AWARDED DATE

GRANT AWARDED DATE

September 2015

GRANT AMOUNT

GRANT AMOUNT

$36,500

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

PROJECT & INITIATIVES

Central Nepal

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