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The Sisterhood of Survivors is a lunch program to support women survivors of human trafficking-helping increase their self esteem, teaching them marketable job skills and empowering them to live free and dignified lives with a stable income. Visit us for lunch-learn to make momo (dumplings) enjoy a typical nepali lunch served by the sisters and learn how SASANE is fighting to end human trafficking
I visited as part of my G Adventure trip and went to MoMo making class as well as having a great lunch and presentation. This is a must visit. It is confronting, inspiring and humbling....an absolute must visit.
Absolutely delicious food and everyone working there was so helpful and kind - they taught us how to make momos (Nepalese steamed dumplings) and eat with our hands.
You also really feel like you are supporting an incredibly worthwhile cause - and they give a...More
I stopped here on my G. Adventures tour.
The whole group was treated to a light local traditional meal and taught how to eat with out fingers, although cutlery was available for those less nibble and then to a video show on how Sasane were...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Sasane for a momo cooking class. We did the hands-on class and had a lot of fun. The momos and also the Thali lunch we helped prepare were delicious. We were also glad to hear about the amazing work...More
I took several groups of G adventures travelers I really enjoyed the welcoming and servicing of delicious lunch and of course MOMO cooking demonstration all the girls are an amazing I am sure that you would enjoy.
Momo lesson was great fun and not as easy as these girls make it look! The food all round was delicious and made even better known it was freshly cooked. The presentation bring you back to reality and talks about human trafficking in Nepal but...More
We took 15 teens for an afternoon at Sasane. This was a very important stop. Yes, the momo making workshop was fun. We are back at home now, and yes, we are making and eating momos! And yes, the lunch was amazing. The food just...More
A must visit!
SASANE organization does amazing work with women human trafficking survivors and tackles various gender- and violence-based social issues is Nepal (they give paralegal trainings, have education programmes in rural villages, etc). Taking part in their momo-making demonstration, having authentic Nepali lunch and...More
This is a place you should really visit, it is run by survivors of human trafficking to help other survivors and educate tourists on what goes on in Nepal and around the world which personally I was very ignorant of.
This places helps integrate survivors...More