15 December, 2017STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | INTERCEPT A GIRL AT THE BORDER | NEPAL
She married a trafficker
Abhaya [name changed] is 17. She had to drop school after grade 8 because her family was too poor. Her father worked but spent all his wages on liquor, leaving nothing for the family. Abhaya used to work in a hotel with her mother. Abhaya’s father always made problems at home by shouting at her and beating her mother. So Abhaya left her home to start a new life.
4 December, 2017STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | COMMUNITY RADIO - HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS | NEPAL
Our Radio in Nepal is saving lives
Sakhi [name changed] was a bright, young college student. She was offered a job by one of her friends who is a journalist. They arranged to meet at a local hotel. They were close friends and Sakhi was grateful to have someone who was watching out for her.
27 November, 2017STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | INTERCEPT A GIRL AT THE BORDER | NEPAL
Sold for $47
Maju [name changed] gave birth to a little baby however this baby was not her husband’s and so she sold her newly born baby for just Rs.5,000 [US$47]. With this money, Maju left her village and moved to the city to find work. The baby was finally brought to the attention of local authorities and our Nepal partner who found out the baby had been sold multiple times. This precious little baby is now safe with a family who will love and protect the future of this child.
27 October, 2017STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | INTERCEPT A GIRL AT THE BORDER | NEPAL
Kalpana* is now safe
Kalpana [*name changed] is 19 years. Kaplana buried both her parents while she was still in grade 9. She wanted to continue her schooling but her circumstances hindered her path to education and as is the tradition in Nepal, Kaplana had an arranged marriage by her sister however her husband was an abusive alcoholic. She was ready to take her own life until she met a man who understood her hardships and promised that he could provide her with a job in India.
29 September, 2017STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | END POVERTY | MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL
Chameli's bright future begins!
Chameli [name changed] is 29 years of age and has two children aged 3 and 5. Chameli was abandoned by her husband and his family. She move to Pokhara in hopes of being able to provide for her two children. Single mothers with no job and no family support are easy targets for traffickers. Chameli heard about the Captivating / 3AN My Business-My Freedom program. This life changing program equips women with skills and opportunities to become self-sustainable - helping to prevent her and her children from becoming victims of human trafficking. Chameli joined one of the My Business-My Freedom groups in her community.