Our Blog: SCIE

MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM

A Future of Freedom begins for 66 Women

The new 3AN/Captivating program called My Business-My Freedom has launched in Pokhara, Nepal. We are so excited to share with you that 66 women have, so far, begun the process to starting their own business. This will provide a steady income for these women and give them security to one day become truly independent and self-sustainable. Within 12 months, over 200 women will be part of this life-changing program.

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CHINA

Another 10 greenhouses - Thanks Nick!

Another 10 greenhouses have been added to the already 173 greenhouses starting to dot the rural landscape of Western China. Thanks to a generous donor named Nick, more families now have the opportunity to grow fresh produce almost all year round.

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CHINA

You can make a girl's dream come true!

At Captivating, we work mostly to create genuine options for single mothers and out-of-school girls. And right now, we need your help. Over the past few months, our project teams have identified over 60 girls from remote locations who dropped out of school more than a year ago.

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COMMUNITY RADIO - HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS

Voice of the Voiceless - Nepal

Mukta wept during the interview as she remembered her husband and family. Her family avoided her, and her husband was always drunk. He shouted at her for not giving birth to a boy. She was almost trafficked by someone who pretended to help her.

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CAPTIVATING FOSTER FAMILY LOANS PROGRAMS

This story of a 'mothers heart' will blow you away

This is the story of a young boy whose circumstances forced him to life on the streets. It’s also the story of a woman whose ‘mother’s heart’ found a boy who needed a mother.

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CHINA

A Working Vacation

Winter vacation, for the vast majority of students is a good time to rest, sleep late, and go shopping. But for Eden girls, the 20 days of work in a Dongguan Electronics manufacturing plant was definitely a brand new challenge. The girls spent 10-12 hours a day in the repetitive line of work. This was something that they have never ever experienced before.

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INTERCEPT A GIRL AT THE BORDER

Stopped at the border

Kyrah* is 28 years of age. She survived the earthquake in 2015 with her 2 children but has struggled to find work to support her children and rebuild their lives. A neighbor approached Kyrah one day stating that he was an agent who found jobs for people in Israel. Kyrah was filled with hope that she would be able to secure a well paying job so her children could have a future. All she needed to do was cross the border into India where her visa would be processed and then fly off to Israel.

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CHINA

MY FIRST JOB Program - Breaking the cycle of poverty

Hualdntso has never been to school but she understands the value of education and wants to be able to send her daughter to school and also university. Hualdnotso’s dream for her daughter is that she will be well educated and able to get a good job and be self-sustainable.

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