Child is Now Safe

Belle (name changed for privacy) is 11 and was rescued from a Nepali hotel. In coordination with local area Police it was discovered that she was forced in the sex trade by the owner with NPR 5,000 [US$40] being paid monthly to her parents.

She was originally brought to the hotel to wash dishes, but she was made to serve customers despite being very young. The hotel owner is facing legal charges and the girl is under the supervision of the local government for her protection as the local government will be helping her with legal procedures.

She is now safe because of the rescue efforts of our field partner 3 Angels Nepal. We continue to rescue more children like her to restore their future.

 


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HAMRO ABHIYAN ANTI-TRAFFICKING PROGRAM | NEPAL | UNCATEGORISED

Building a Kinder Nepal: The Impact of Hamro Abhiyan on Nepali Students

Our implementing team in Nepal eagerly organizes workshops at local schools to raise awareness in far-flung provinces in Nepal like Karnali, which are considered high-risk for human trafficking. The team recently held the Hamro Abhiyan program for 98 students from Shree Jana Shakti Secondary School and 102 students from Shree Laxmi Secondary School. 




CAPTIVATING VILLAGE PROJECT | NEPAL

Our Trip To Jugu, Dolakha: A 3-Day Poultry Farming Training

From January 22 to 26, we traveled to Jugu, Dolakha District, to conduct a 3-day poultry farming training for the 21 selected women of Chhaheshwori’s mothers’ group.




CAPTIVATING VILLAGE PROJECT | EDUCATE GIRLS | END POVERTY | NEPAL

From Hardship to Hope

Grishma Rai is one of the Nepali girls that we support in the Captivating Village Program. In 2023, the Captivating Village Program initiative reached 18 villages in Nepal, and one of those that we have reached is Grishma's village.




NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Two Girls Seeking Jobs Were Provided Legal Aid and Counseling

Two girls, Bonnie*, (24) and Ana* (20), from a village in Nepal came to Kathmandu to find jobs, against their parents' wishes of getting them married.




HAMRO ABHIYAN ANTI-TRAFFICKING PROGRAM | NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Hamro Abhiyan Program Encourages Young Minds to Societal Initiatives

The Hamro Abhiyan team executed an event at the SOS Hermann Gmeiner School.




MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL

From Carrying Bricks to Having Her Own Store

Janu Maya Thapa Magar, a 35-year-old Nepali woman, spent her youth carrying bricks for a living due to the lack of support and opportunities to lead a good life.