Publications relased by, or involving, the Asha Nepal team...

My World, My View

Photographs by the girls of SOS Bahini, Pokhara, Nepal

Full colour, paperback, 26cm x 19cm, 114 pages, 140 photos for £14.95

The culmination of the My World, My View photography project, led by trustee Sue Carpenter, to help disadvantaged girls find their voice and develop the confidence to use it. The girls’ photographs and testimonies are vibrant and powerful, offering a personal insight into the real life of Nepal.

"The photos are terrific. Their sheer enjoyment in recording the world around them shines through these pictures" - Dr Andrew Hall, His Excellency the British Ambassador to Nepal.

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Looking Towards Tomorrow

A Study on the Reintegration of Trafficking Survivors.
  • Author: Laura Buet, Peter Bashford and Muna Basn
  • Published: Friday 1st 2005 April 2005

The findings of the 2011/12 joint Asha Nepal/Shakti Samuha/Terre des Hommes Foundation research project into the ongoing lives of rescued and returned trafficking victims funded by the European Union. Includes the findings and recommendations along with background material, research details and case studies.

A Revolution In Kindness

Tenacious and Visionary Views on Kindness by Annie Lennox, Ralph Nader, Melanie Griffith, Wayne Hemingway, Angelina Jolie, Matthew Fox and many more

Edited by Anita Roddick Anita Roddick Books Paperback, £7.99 Includes the essays on the subject of trafficking, Expecting Nothing in Return by Peter Bashford of Asha Nepal and Kindness is Profitable by John Frederick, director of Ray of Hope and author of Fallen Angels.

A Sense of Direction

The Trafficking of Women and Children in Nepal
  • Author: Peter Bashford

The trafficking situation in Nepal 2005 -6, a personal journey by Asha Nepal Founder Peter Bashford