How Does Sexual Slavery Exist Today?

WE GIVE YOUNG WOMEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO STAY CLOSE TO HOME AND RAISE THEIR QUALITY OF LIVING.

The driving force for human trafficking is demand, lack of prosecution, government corruption, and lack of priority for sexual exploitation.

With an emphasis on education, and national and cultural pride, we hope to give young women the opportunity to stay close to home for work.  Giving the women and girls skills that allow them to earn money and raise their quality of living in their own villages can in time help stop the ebb of human trafficking in Nepal.

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