Robin Amatya is a CEO of SAARC Business Association of Home-Based Workers (SABAH Nepal). He has over 20 years of working experience in management of range of businesses such as manufacturing, design, tourism.
He is a Business (Management and Marketing) graduate from University College Dublin, Ireland and Central Queensland University, Australia is now recognised as one of the key and experienced individuals working daily with micro-enterprises and home-based artisanal workers in a variety of sectors.
His achievements include the SABAH & Village Brands which facilitates sale of Fashion, Furnishing, Food and Tourism produced by women using skills passed down for generations.
This platform enables women to market and sell their goods without exploiting their wages and earnings – almost 40 per cent of the revenue goes directly to the home-based workers.
Over the past decade, SABAH Nepal has grown to the point where it now changes the lives of more than 3500 home-based workers and impacts an additional 1500 community members.