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INHURED International upholds the human rights doctrines adopted by the United Nations. It embraces universality, indivisibility and interdependence of human rights and strives for effective realization of international instruments at domestic level. The primary focus of the organization is to advocate on behalf of population who are in vulnerable position and who have been marginalized from the enjoyment of fundamental human rights and liberty.

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Our Recent Works

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Better Living Option Program (BLOP)

The BLOP is grounded on a holistic approach that aims to broaden the life options of adolescent by meeting their development needs...

The BLOP is grounded on a holistic approach that aims to broaden the life options of adolescent by meeting their development needs, while also promoting social change through the education of parents, the family, the community, and decision makers at the local, national and international level.  The framework of the BLOP model includes: individual capacity building, post-literacy and linkages with formal education, family life education; livelihoods such as vocational skills training; age-appropriate general and reproductive health services; and social mobilization through advocacy and community involvement. These strategies are all geared toward reaching the BLOP’s ultimate goal of building the self-esteem and self-confidence of adolescent, and expanding their choices related to marriage, fertility, health, vocation, and civic participation. The BLOP is designed as a school-based program where skills are imparted in a supportive learning environment. They are applicable for all ages of children and adolescents in school. However, the age group targeted is mainly 13-19, adolescent years, since young people of this age group seem to be most vulnerable to behavior related health problems. To be conducted for one year with three classes per week in the selected schools of the selected municipalities, the program is for the promotion of health, character, leadership, empowerment and well-being of the delicate age group i.e adolescents. In sum, the BLOP is a uniquely designed and time-tested project as an alternate educational package beyond the conventional curriculum-based pedagogy.

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Promotion of Sustainable Livelihoods and Responsible Attitude to Environment

Risks of natural disasters in the area affected by damaged forests, encroachment to rivers and rampant dirt roads construction...

Risks of natural disasters in the area affected by damaged forests, encroachment to rivers and rampant dirt roads construction are substantially increased and on the other hand awareness on climate and disaster risk reduction is still quite low. The forest and water sources have always been one of the major sources of income for the villages. The target municipalities in the mountain and mid-hill are situated at the risk of further environmental degradation with extensively damaged natural ecosystem. During the drought period even short intense rain is enough to cause significant increase of stream level and the volume of mud flow deposits such as sand, gravel, rocks and etc. In the plain, villagers report flooding and mud flows in the monsoon damaging their agricultural plots and internal village roads. Disaster risk has increased significantly after the 2015 earthquake.

In this context, the project is designed to promote sustainable livelihoods in the target communities by supporting a small nursery for reforestation, educating locals on renewable energy sources and energy efficiency as well as to provide training and support to the local community increasing their capacity of natural resource management, raising awareness, ownership and resilience to natural disasters. The other thirst behind the inception of the project is to introduce informal environmental education at local schools promoting responsible attitude to environment and placing youth in leaders’ role on environmental protection by promoting public outreach to increase interest, participation and awareness on impact of damaged forests, disaster risk reduction measures, clean environment and responsible attitude to environment.

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Advancing the Rights of Forced Migrants in Nepal

As part of the organizations’ core mission in support to refugees and other forced migrants...

As part of the organizations’ core mission in support to refugees and other forced migrants, INHURED launched the project with multiple programs such as Legal Clinic, youth leadership development, policy dialogues, trainings on media sensitization, para-legal training, and vital registration. Other activities and events included lobbying with parliamentarians and production of forced migrants’ testimonies, publication of periodic newsletters and a comprehensive Yearbook on forced migration. The Legal Clinic was particularly instrumental in providing legal, administrative, judicial and quasi-judicial support along with necessary counselling. We worked closely with officials from Ministry of Home Affairs, and Ministry of Foreign affairs and the Ministry of Law and Justice others to seek their response and assistance in connection with legal hurdles faced by forced migrants in general and Tibetan and other refugees in particular. During our conversations, we observed that most of the government officials continue to be reluctant in facilitating administrative and legal hurdles surfaced in the community. Third country resettlement of residue Bhutanese refugees, protection of Tibetan refugees from legal perspectives and immigration penalty waiver for urban refugees have been our core advocacy campaign with success in many instances. UNHCR and other relief agencies have been instrumental in extending their helping hands to our effort.

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Addressing Challenges of Forced Migration

As a continuation of the previous project in support of refugees and forced migration in Nepal..

As a continuation of the previous project in support of refugees and forced migration in Nepal, INHURED at different instances has also worked with officials from Ministry of Home, Law and Foreign affairs as well as other concerned institutions to find out their response in connection with legal hurdles of the Tibetan refugees. We also operated a Tibetan refugee specific legal clinic, did fact-findings and also conducted stocktaking of their livelihood options in the settlement. During our conversations, we observed that government officials were reluctant in facilitating administrative and legal hurdles surfaced in the community. Further, our assistance and efforts was extended to refugees and asylum seekers towards advocacy at policy level, execution of resettlement in the third countries, and enhancing livelihood options. For instance, we worked closely with UNHCR for resettlement of refugees from Bhutan, advocated for a simpler visa-waiver process for urban refugees for those who are accepted for resettlement, and worked to assure safe transit of Tibetans from Nepal to India.

Success Stories

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