Organizing the returnee women migrant workers remains as the core strength of AMKAS. AMKAS has its members spread all across Nepal. AMKAS currently has its active presence in seven districts of the country and continuously expanding.
Research and Publication
AMKAS believes in developing capacity of the subjects of research and presenting the first hand information. More specifically, AMKAS has been building the capacity of its members to work as researchers to explore and study their own issues and present in a systematic fashion.
As a part of both preventive and curative actions against violation of human rights of the women migrant workers and the survivors of trafficking in persons, AMKAS has been running a shelter (safe) house since 2017.