Archive for May 2016

'Adopt' a Girl in Kathmandu Today

Dear Friends, We are excited to have launched a new family care home in Kathmandu, Nepal. This home provides shelter, food, clothing, medical care and educational fees for 8 daughters who have been rescued from trafficking and exploitation. The girls, having lost family support, are now part of a new family with siblings, caregivers and…

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Girls' Clubs in El Salvador

In February, we told you that the Daughter Project had launched in El Salvador. We are excited to report that clubs have formed, and young Salvadorian girls from at risk areas are coming together to learn about inner beauty and ways to protect themselves in a country plagued by economic and social insecurities, high rates…

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Respecting Girls

James is a 12 year old boy from Bhaktapur, Nepal. He attends one of our boys’ empowerment clubs. Yes, we now have clubs for boys!  “James is good in studies but he never intended to take his responsibilities at home… he thought only females does household work. He did not obey mother and sister too.…

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