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Sold by Her Father

Muna worked as a dish cleaner in a hotel, but was forced to work for commercial sex. She eventually learned that she was sold by her father. Heartbroken and desperate to survive, she felt she had no choice but to endure being a sex worker. She suffered a lot satisfying the customers. Many times she tried to run away from but with no luck.


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Locked in a Room

For six months, Sita endured various forms of abuse from the man she thought would bring her love.


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Suma’s Tailoring Shop

When Suma and her family first moved to a new region in Nepal, they were empty handed. Starting a new life was very hard and had to be content with eating only 1 meal a day. Suma took a tailoring course for a year and after 2 years, managed to open a small tailoring shop.


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Trafficker on the Run

Eight traffickers have been arrested so far this year because of the efforts of our amazing partners Tiny Hands Nepal and 3 Angels Nepal. Each trafficker that is arrested, means more women and girls could be prevented from being trafficked. This is dangerous work but it is important in the fight against trafficking. Our partners have a close working relationship with local police and authorities to intercept and rescue girls from trafficking as well as track down and arrest traffickers, just like in Hira's case.


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Radio Help Line Served as A Lifeline for Trafficking Victim

Aashika and her husband decided to move to India where she was sold by her husband to a brothel. Her physical and mental health quickly deteriorated and before long, she was kicked out of the brothel.


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False Promise of Employment

Two cousins, aged 20 and 23, were recruited by apartment neighbors for foreign work where they were told they would earn better income. These men were known for this type of activity - luring young women into false promises of employment.


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Saved Just In Time

Despite her refusal, twelve-year-old Madhu [name changed], was forced to marry the 28-year-old man that her parents found for her to marry. As soon as they moved in to their new house, Madhu was forced by her husband to move with him to India for what he claimed were good work opportunities.


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Women Inspiring Women

Lajja excitedly joined the local group of women in the My Business My Freedom Project, who are meeting regularly, making loan repayments, talking about how their small businesses are going, and encouraging one another. Lajja purchased a cow and keeps it with one of the other women's house in the group. She sells the milk daily and earns about 1,000 NPR (US$8) a day. This makes her proud.