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Double Your Impact!

We're raising $20,000 to protect 80 children from exploitation.

Thanks to a $10,000 match from a generous private donor, every dollar you give this Giving Tuesday will be doubled!

Your donations this Giving Tuesday can help fund community anti-trafficking presentations and the sponsorship of school fees, textbooks, uniforms and shoes for 80 children who are at a high-risk of being trafficked.

Prevention begins with education.

This Giving Tuesday, your gift of $10, $25, or $50 can protect children from trafficking and exploitation in rural Nepal.

And with every dollar being doubled today, we'll reach our $20,000 goal if:

Our local partner in Nepal has identified two major risk factors for human trafficking: lack of accessible education and lack of awareness about how human trafficking happens.

When children aren’t attending school, their risk of being trafficked increases exponentially.

Our local partner team checks in on scholarship students in each community regularly, ensuring that children remain in school and that the surrounding community is protected from trafficking activity.

To protect the wider community, our leaders—who know the local language and culture—host awareness presentations to educate students about the warning signs of human trafficking. There are often 500-600 students in attendance, as well as family members, teachers and other community leaders.

Traffickers prey on vulnerable populations, making promises of an exciting future in the city: a chance to go to school, good food, tall buildings and job opportunities. Sadly, many children and their families trust these promises.

In Nepal, our nationally-led prevention team works to identify areas of the country with a high-risk of trafficking and build relationships with key community leaders. It’s common for public schools to require a small tuition fee—in addition to the cost of a uniform, shoes and school supplies. To help families overcome this financial barrier, our team provides the highest-risk children with scholarships to attend school. 

Meet Diksha*, a fearless woman in her early thirties with a soft heart for the people of her country.

*Name and photo have been changed to respect privacy.

Once Diksha and her team return to the city after a prevention trip, the work is only just beginning. A dedicated team in the Kathmandu office carefully catalogs each scholarship that was given out—including detailed notes from each home visit with every child’s family. Over the next year, the team stays in contact with teachers and community leaders in the villages, ensuring children are attending school and monitoring any new trafficking risks.

Diksha and her prevention team are committed to the safety of vulnerable children. They regularly endure long drives and grueling hikes to facilitate prevention programs in remote villages. To-date, they have reached over 11,500 people across their country through life-saving prevention presentations.

When you’re with Diksha, you can feel how important this work is to her. It’s personal. Today, she leads the prevention team, but not too many years ago, Diksha didn’t believe she had it in her.

“When I joined the prevention team, I didn’t think I could do it. When I was a child I couldn’t study because I needed to work. My home environment was not good. My parents fought and my father was drunk, so I had to escape.” After living on the street with her many sisters, Diksha arrived at our local partner’s safe homes at 14 years old, where she received protection and care.

She continues, “I had a hard time writing and I thought people in the prevention program needed to be an educated person, someone who knows how to use a computer. After a few years I thought, ‘I’m going to quit. I’m stopping here,’ but I was always encouraged by the people around me.” Today, Diksha leads her team of professionals with compassion, bravery and courage—determined to protect vulnerable children from exploitation and abuse.

This Giving Tuesday, your gift of $50 can protect children from trafficking and exploitation in rural Nepal.

*** All donations will be doubled, up to $10,000, by a generous private donor! ***

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