Traffickers prey on rural uneducated villages, manipulating and selling kids as slaves. We work to prevent trafficking through hosting educational presentations and sponsoring rural students to attend public schools.
We understand the unique challenges facing survivors as they reintegrate back into society. Over the last 20 years, we’ve restored more than 600 children who are now living healthy, whole lives.
Years working in recovery and prevention in Nepal.
Women and children
restored in our safe homes.
Survivors reintegrated into independent lives.
Views of our preventative films in rural communities.
Our safe homes function like family. Through love and care, we help survivors work through trauma and heal alongside children of all ages. We are committed to healing: many children arrive at 12 years old and live in our homes for 8 to 10+ years.
Children have the opportunity to be educated, discover who they want to be and to pursue their dreams. When they are ready for independence as young adults, we empower them as our extended family with continued support and care.
Sex traffickers prey on uneducated rural villages, manipulating the truth and luring children into slavery. Without education about the process of how trafficking occurs, children are left unprotected and vulnerable.
Our social workers hike for days into rural villages to share educational films about the dangers of trafficking with hundreds of people at a time. Additionally, we sponsor supplies needed for kids to attend public schools: a proven way to reduce the potential of trafficking.
HELP US RESTORE MORE SURVIVORS
for one year
raising $5 million to
build new safe homes
Prevent thousands of children from being trafficked
Restore dignity to the abused
Provide educational opportunities
Show children they are worthy of freedom and care
Support at-risk family members of survivors
Provide counselling and holistic healthcare