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COMMUNITY RADIO - HUMAN TRAFFICKING AWARENESS | NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Cultivating a Risk-Awareness Culture

Sushmita (34) regularly listens to 3 Angels Community Radio. She and her husband work as laborers and can only earn money on days when they can find work. Recently, she came into the station with her son and shared her story.

She was frequently offered work in hotels abroad by people. “As...




MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Getting her Shop Back on its Feet

Uma Maya has been part of the My Business My Freedom Program in Nepal since the lockdown ended. She was about to close her snack and vegetable shop after she ran out of resources to add goods. She appreciates the program for helping her be able to fill her shop back up with needed supplies. Uma...




CAPTIVATING VILLAGE PROJECT | EDUCATE GIRLS | NEPAL

Opportunity to Learn

She is Ashika, a 13-year old girl from Nepal. There are eight members in her family and her parents have to work hard to meet their everyday needs.

Because her parents are daily wage workers, it was difficult for her to continue schooling. The COVID-19/pandemic further worsened the scenario, and...




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

128 Students Learn About Human Trafficking

We are happy to see 128 students from secondary schools in Nepal participate in the Hamro Abhiyan Anti-human Trafficking Program just this week. In our fight against human trafficking, these programs create a ripple effect impact in the lives of the youth and we are hopeful that planting seeds of awareness in their minds and hearts as...




INTERCEPT A GIRL AT THE BORDER | NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

A Bright Future for 2 Sisters

Two sisters were transferred from Kathmandu to our Women's Safe Haven because they were victims of sexual abuse and internal trafficking.




END POVERTY | MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL

A New Start for Asha and her Son

“I got my hope back after I met My Business My Freedom”, says Asha.