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Our Vision

Our vision is to become a leading social business organization that provides dignified decent work and income to the maximum number of home-based workers at various stages of the value chain.


Our Mission

To strengthen the livelihoods of home-based workers by enabling them to produce market oriented quality products through effective organizing and capacity building, and linking them to the global market through various marketing strategies.

Our strategy

While working on its mission SABAH Nepal uses four pronged strategy


SABAH Nepal organizes the dispersed homebased workers together to form a group so that their voices are heard.

Capacity Building

SABAH Nepal helps in the skill enhancement of the home based artisans through various trainings and other capacity building programs.

Design intervention

SABAH Nepal helps the artisans in the production of quality goods through design intervention, technology, and quality standardization.

Market linkages

SABAH NEPAL links them to the national/regional/global market through various competitive marketing strategies backed by research, data management and networking with national and international markets.

Home-based workers in Nepal

According to a survey, there are approximately 0.8  million home-based workers in Nepal, a majority of these being women.  HBWs are mostly engaged in traditional industries like weaving, embroidery, woodcarving, tailoring and lack proper skills to directly participate in the market economy.  They contribute significantly to their families, communities, and national economies, however, they remain uncounted, and remain invisible in national statistics. They are unprotected by the law and are often exploited.