A new profession for Pareli

Pareli* left home when her husband married a second wife and rented a house near a busy bus station. One particular day, the 3 Angels Nepal team were distributing some anti-human trafficking awareness materials when they noticed a woman whose activity seemed suspicious. They observed her for half an hour talking with a man who gave her Rs 200 [US$1.80] while hiding it as much as she could. This occurred repeatedly with multiple men and when the 3AN staff moved closer she seemed nervous and uneasy. They tried to talk with her and after a lengthy conversation, the staff suggested that it would be better for her if she got a different job. After a few days, it was noticed that she was working in a small tea shop. She looked happy and confident and invited the team in for tea. She thanked them for watching out for her.

*name changed for privacy and protection

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Husband and Wife Reunites

The 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) team has played a significant role in solving women’s issues relating to domestic violence. Ramita told us that she was abused by her husband and family members. She belongs to the lower caste in...




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MBMF Continues to Grow

One of our programs in Nepal continues to grow in number. My Business My Freedom or MBMF aims to address extreme...




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Anita's Tailoring Business

This is Anita's tailoring business. Anita and four other young women spent time at the Women’s Safe Haven and are now rehabilitated and reintegrated into the community. They have joined together to start this new small business. They also give tailoring training to other vocal village girls and are huge advocates of girls being independent and have the ability to earn an income. We are proud of Anita and her friends for the amazing work they are doing in their community.




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Shanti's Children Are Back in School

Shanti was married at an early age. Her husband works as a daily waged laborer and his minimal pay is not sufficient to provide for the family and the schooling of their children. Because of this, their daughter stopped going to school.




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Reflections from Educators

Many schools have been identified in hot-spot trafficking regions of Nepal. Students from these regions are from poor, lower class families and are considered easier targets by traffickers. When the schools finally reopened after months of lockdown, our dedicated team of experts made a big push to reach out to as many schools and communities possible.




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Shoemaking Training for Women

In January, the Women and Children Ministry from the Nepali Government inaugurated a three-month shoemaking training for the women at Women's Safe Haven.