Alliance against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN), a national level network of non-governmental organizations, was formally formed on 6 June 1997, to strengthen the campaign against human trafficking and for human rights; focused on women's and children's human rights.
AATWIN has adopted Human Rights-Based Approach in all its endeavors. It has been focusing, since its establishment, on policy changes to tackle human trafficking at the local, national and international levels. It has undertaken tireless efforts to bring conceptual clarity on issues of human trafficking not only amongst its member organizations but also in wider populations. AATWIN recognizes that human trafficking is a global phenomenon, and strongly believes that the national laws, policies, regulations and functional service guidelines including campaigns should reflect the international standards and practices. AATWIN aims to mobilize campaigns by joining hands together with as many as possible local, national and international organizations to fight against the issues pertaining to human trafficking.
To strengthen the movement against human trafficking, and the efforts to reduce and prevent it through empowering organizations promoting women's and children's human rights across the country as well as expanding co-ordination with like-minded international networks and institutions.
AATWIN envisions a just and equitable society free of human trafficking .
Reduce human trafficking through policy change and mobilize awareness campaign against human trafficking.