Activities are designed to raise awareness, educate, and equip local participants (children, youth, and adults) about the risks of child trafficking and systematic abuse of young girls. This is were we place our greatest focus! Efforts include children advocating for their peers, girls' clubs that build self-worth, women cooperating to keep girls in school, and community leaders upholding children's rights. Other clubs aim to intercept girls being trafficked or trapped in abuse and restore them to their families or guide them to a restoration shelter.
Design and implement awareness campaigns to inform members of community at home and around the world about human trafficking and how they can work to combat it.
Events are used to fund specific overseas programs. We've done everything from tea parties to 5k's!
Bhitri Sundarta (meaning "inner beauty" in Nepali) is a 44-lesson curriculum that is used to encourage girls between the ages of eight and fifteen to pursue their dreams and set goals for their futures. This curriculum provides young girls with the tools and knowledge to protect themselves, supportive communities to turn to, and the ability to realize their potential.