Yang Yang – CHINA

HONOR 1000 - MICRO FINANCE PHILIPPINES | PHILIPPINES | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | UNCATEGORISED

Lolita Restocks Her Online Shop with the Latest Trends

Lolita smiles brightly as she shows us her stock of clothes to sell. She is one of the members of our microfinance program in the Philippines. With one of her children studying Architecture and the youngest set to enter college soon, Lolita works hard daily. Besides clothes, she offers handcrafted perfumes and dishwashing soap in her...




CHINA | SUPPORT A REMOTE VOLUNTEER TEACHER

Teacher Meng: I Cried When My Students Graduated

Teacher Meng Shuangyi comes from Chongqing and is one of our dedicated volunteers teachers part of our program, Support a Volunteer Teacher in China.




PHILIPPINES | PHILIPPINES - MANILA SLUM PROJECT | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING | UNCATEGORISED

From Begging on the Streets to Being a High Achiever in School

When we first met Jemhaima and her mother, they were loitering on the streets, begging and scavenging for food from garbage cans. Jemhaima shared that begging and scavenging made her feel ashamed, but since her mother couldn't attend and finish school, it was their only way to survive. Attending school was not a priority for Jemhaima and her family.




PHILIPPINES | STOP CYBERSEX CRIME | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Philippine National Police Takes Part in our Fight Against OSAEC

In our commitment to extend our online awareness campaign to the Visayas region, we established a strong partnership with the Philippine National Police (PNP).




NEPAL | STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Jenny Reclaims Her Citizenship Despite Mental Challenges

Jenny's*  (name changed for privacy) journey to obtain her birth certificate and citizenship was a daunting task, particularly for a twenty-two-year-old with no family support.




CAPTIVATING’S ONE MORE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM | CHINA

I Dream of Exploring the World Beyond the Mountains

Er Shi Ti Xi is one of the recipients of the generosity of our sponsors for the One More Year Scholarship Program in China. She is a Grade 10 student, and she feels immense gratitude for the opportunity given to her to continue her studies because this was a stark contrast to her life back home in the province.