New Life

Combating human trafficking is a challenging and ever-changing mixture of prevention, interception, and rescue efforts. All parts of this horror come into place and can be reviewed in other project areas taken on by the Captivating team in Nepal.

When Belinda* (name change for privacy) was rescued, she was taken directly to the nearby hospital for a full medical check. During her medical check, it was found that she was 7 months pregnant.

During counselling with her, she revealed that she met up with a boy in a hotel. Not long after, she started to feel ill and her belly began to grow.

She wanted to find the boy so she travelled to India. However, it wasn’t long when she was found lost and homeless by the police. In coordination with Indian police and Nepali police, she was brought home and referred to the Women’s Safe Haven.

She is safe now and the team at the Women’s Safe Haven are taking good care of her. She gave birth to a baby boy, Adrian (name changed for privacy), and both mother and baby are receiving very special care. She says that her baby has stolen her heart and helped her to overcome her painful days.


WE NEED YOUR HELP

Your support of USD 100 will fund the interception of a person at the border. If you are a company or an organization, for USD 8,500 you could fund an entire monitoring station for a year. Click on the links below to know more.

 

Our Partners

 
HAMRO ABHIYAN ANTI-TRAFFICKING PROGRAM | NEPAL

Educating Students

We continue to conduct the Hamro Abhiyan Program  across schools in Nepal where students can be targets of human trafficking. This program is specific and effective with its interactive format that helps students retain what they learn, which is similar to the school setting's learning environment.

This is Kells Academy, just...




NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

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.Read the full article...




MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL

Road to Financial Freedom

The My Business-My Freedom (MBMF) program in Nepal continues to expand! Our team has connected with some of our Women Safe Haven graduate beneficiaries and formed a group. These women are now back in their communities and want to expand their tailoring business and have agreed to be in group. They learned the skill of tailoring during...




NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Refreshing Retreat for Women Safe Haven Beneficiaries

This is the Women Safe Haven (WSH) annual conference of the rehabilitated beneficiaries in Nepal held earlier this year. A total of 95 rehabilitated beneficiaries were able to participate this year.

Some of these women were brought to WSH after a successful rescue operation, some were intercepted at one of...




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

Awareness Program in Nepal to Fight Against Human Trafficking

Last month, the team visited 3 boarding schools and facilitated the Hamro Abhiyan Anti-trafficking awareness program that impacted 310 students.

A dedicated team of trained anti-trafficking experts run this award winning program which tackles 5 key points in the fight against trafficking. This is done in smaller group exercises including games and lots of...




MY BUSINESS - MY FREEDOM | NEPAL

Laxmi's Tomatoes

 

Laxmi was married at the age of 19. Now 40, she lives in Pokhara and has a son and a daughter. Her husband is a driver but is not able to earn enough to be able to sustain their family financially.

They were in financial strife and when Laxmi heard about the...