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Giving other young women sewing skills

This lady (in red) received a loan to establish a tailoring shop. She is a single mum and has been unable to receive a loan to help her get established. She loves to sew but has not had the opportunity to advance her skills.


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Intercepted just in time

"He grabbed my hand and would not let me go. He told me that I had to go with him to Mumbai. Frightened, I began to cry."


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Sold into sex slavery: The 'Angels' rescuing Nepalese women

When border guards stopped her escape to India, Maheshwori Nepali was furious. "I felt very angry that they were holding me up and asking me so many questions," she says. Born into one of Nepal's lowest castes — the Dalits — she was seeking the promise of a better life over the border.


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Radio program helps a victim of abuse

She was regularly beaten and sexually abused by her boyfriend. Many times he even tried to kill her. She lived in fear of him but didn't know of a way out. One particular day, the 3 Angels Community Radio (3ACR) ‘Legal Counselling’ program was airing. The topic of discussion was about how to report and who to contact if they were being abused or victimized. After listening to the episode she called the radio station. She shared the things that were happening in her life. The 3ACR staff were concerned for her safety and asked her to come and talk with the lawyer who presents the 'Legal Counselling' program.


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Devika gets a buffalo

Devaki has two daughters. Her and her husband used to work as laborers to sustain their family. When she needed Rs. 5,000 [AU$59] her neighbor did not trust that she could repay the loan so refused to give her anything.


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Sold by her friend

After reaching Mumbai, her friend took her to the female employer. Arati was left with 26 Nepalese and 18 Indian girls. She never saw her friend again. She was trapped and tells her story.


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2018 Impact in Nepal

The lives of thousands of Nepali women and girl have been impacted and transformed during 2018. This would not be possible without the support of our generous donors. With humble and grateful hearts, we say thank you. We are excited to share the difference made in Nepal during 2018.


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Empowering Latika

Latika is a 32 year old mother with 2 young daughters and a husband. Her husband used to work as a cobbler but the business was not doing well. Latika knows how important education is but they were struggling to pay the school fees. The future of schooling for her 2 girls was not looking very promising.