Rescuing the Chlidren from Dehli

02 Mar 2016

Following the earthquake in Nepal, the fear of children and women falling prey to human trafficking gangs has increased immensely, so we are keeping a strict vigil along the Indo-Nepal border to prevent such happenings. We were able to rescue 21 children from Delhi who were the children of Nepali women involved in slavery. Children are often sexually exploited and are used as domestic workers over there. The 21 rescued children have now been brought into a hostel in Kathmandu and are being provided with education, safe and secure accommodation and hope for their future. Many Nepalese are stranded in foreign countries and do not get the necessary help as Nepali embassies have been reeling under financial crisis and human resources strain.