2018 at a Glance & Mitini Nepal 2019 plans

2018 Highlights

celebration of International Day against Homophobia
Interaction and Orientation Programe with students at various colleges inside and outside Kathmandu
Digital Security Training
Scholarship Grant to students from LBT community at colleges
SOGIE with Nurses at Hospitals
Livelihood training to women in the community
Sdvocacy of LBT rights at 71st session at the CEDAW committee

A Short Glimpse

123 participats from LBT community, government stakeholders, UN women, media, CSOs and Women’s Rights Organizations at the national Event on the theme of “Alliance for Solidarity” organized by Mitini Nepal on International Day against homophobia

Reached 523 students throught interaction program with the students about sexual orientation and LGBTI issues

We expanded our work area in three provinces- 1,3, and 5

14 women representing different organizations oriented with digital security training

Times College is in complience with Mitini’s initiative of equal education to people belonging to LBT community with a 50% scholarship grant

15 Professional nurses attended an interaction program on SOGIE with us!

Mitini started its Partnership with Womankind

20 Women from the “Social and Advocacy Group” received capacity building training on Advocacy, Leadership, Aocial Action and Group Dynamics Management

90 and more participants from Dang, Sunsari, Jhapa and Kahtmandu participated in a capacity building training of making incense sticks. The training was accessible to LBT community members, single women, and Dalit women.

Mitini Nepal presented a joint statement on article 1 and 2 non-discrimination and obligations to eliminate discrimination, article 16 family rights, article 9 legal gender recognition, and article about employment –presenting about the current situation of sexual and minority community in Nepal at 71st session of the committee on the elimination of discrimination against women

12 young women leaders participated in the training and interaction program on Gender Identity, Patriarchy and Power for Young Women Leaders (MN)

We organised a hashtag campaign


to celebrate 16 days of Activism

100 women and supporters celebrated human rights day with the theme “Stand Up for the Human Rights”

2019: Our Plans

Expand our Work Area at Jhapa, Sunsari and Dang by setting up office at each of these provinces
Reach out to local government, legal bodies and policy makers in the districts
Youth Leadership Trainings and grooming at the regional level as well as in Kathmandu
Conduct a research on the data and statistics in the community that covers the information about violence, SRHR and also the numbers of LBTQI community
Increase the number of School Orientation program on LBTQI issues to 20,000 students