Shelter Ashraya Nepal is a voluntary, non-government, non-profit organization established in 2014, which envisions a society where children and youth are safe, protected, and have access to all the basic rights. Shelter uses sports to work for children and youth, their rehabilitation, reintegration, and their empowerment. Shelter uses sport as a fundamental tool. The children and youth wish to show the world that sports is not just a game but also a voice, a picture that reflects independence, equality, and the strength to change the stereotype and patriarchal society. The United Nations sees sport as an important and powerful tool with the potential to progress towards the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, Shelter Ashraya Nepal supports the SDGs and uses sport to bring the children together in a safe space so that they can be seen and their voices can be heard.
Through sports, it aims to provide a platform for children and youth at risk to be heard, to challenge negative stereotypes and to promote their rights. Shelter Nepal uses the power of sport to protect, respect, and support children and youth at risk around Nepal.
Transforming Life through football.