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The dangers of leaving Nepal to find work

Nowadays, human traffickers are using foreign employment as an avenue to trap the young Nepali boys and girls. Because of Nepal’s low economic status, unemployed Nepalese younger generations are compelled to choose to go for foreign employment services. Seeing the vulnerability of Nepalese people, many employment companies are now being registered. According to government statistics, every day around 1,200 to 1,500 young Nepali people are flying out of Nepal through airports. Some of them are sent by illegal agents or human traffickers.


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STOP the Traffick 2018 - Thank you!

Thank you so much for your support of our 3rd Annual STOP the Traffick 5k. Together, you raised US$48,700 [AU$66,800] to stop Nepali women and girls from becoming victims of trafficking. Each year is bigger and better and this year was certainly a testament to amazing leaders across the globe who stood up and said 'I'm against trafficking, who's with me?'


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She is now safe and 3 traffickers are in custody

Kaplana and her husband were poor but they were happy. One day she met Rata who promised her a good job that would give her the opportunity to turn her life around. She didn’t tell her husband but left one morning to begin her journey to break their poverty. Her journey took her to the Nepal/India border where she was questioned about her travels by a Captivating funded 3 Angels Nepal monitoring station.


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3 teenage girls are safe

3 teenage girls were orphaned since they were small and never had the opportunity to go to school. They were successful in securing some work in order to provide for themselves but were regularly abused by the company owner. The girls were offered a job in India that included lovely clothes, great working conditions and good income. It was an opportunity they couldn’t refuse.


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School students benefit from new anti-human trafficking program

Schools throughout Nepal are participating in a new program called ‘Hamro Abhiyan’. This program is run by our partner 3 Angels Nepal and is being readily accepted in both public and private schools.
Hamro Abhiyan is a Behavioral Change Communication tool that discusses sensitive issues like causes of trafficking, its consequences, safety against trafficking, rehabilitation after rescue and prevention against trafficking through informative edutainment methodology. This program is designed to reach people between the ages of 13-35 and is a key part in the work of PREVENTION in the fight against human trafficking.


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2 girls spared from the horror of circus life

Many children are tricked with lies about joining the circus. Most people would think the circus would be a fun place to live, but once in the circuses in India, children often live in squalor and are never allowed to leave the circus compound. They are routinely beaten in order to teach them the difficult and dangerous tricks, and sexual abuse is commonplace. In effect, these children are totally at the mercy of circus management who treat them as they please. This is how 2 girls were spared the horror of circus life. 


Topics: Tiny Hands
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Reaching the community even further

With much of Nepal in poverty, sharing best farming practice can help many families transform their gardens and farms to be more efficient, thus growing their income. The aim of the 3ACR team is to incorporate a broad range of helpful information in their broadcasts.


Topics: 3ACR, Radio
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Traffickers Prey on the Vulnerable

Because of the support of our amazing donors, Captivating supports 11 monitoring stations and help desks throughout Nepal. These are beacons in the community, providing help and support to local people just like Sagari and her husband.