Free Young Girls from Human Trafficking
Cost: $7,000 to rescue and care for 70 girls
Free for Life International
CALL+RESPONSE is getting involved
in the fight. Together with your
help, we want to provide care for
70 women this next year. It only
costs $100 to support one woman for
an entire year as well as give her
hope for a new future.
CALL+RESPONSE is partnering with
Free for Life International and the Peace
Rehabilitation Center (PRC) to prevent and rescue those who have been human trafficked across the Indo-Nepal border. Along with creating a safe haven for young women they are also making the rest of the world a safer place by helping in the arrest of traffickers. Young women rescued at the borders are taken to the Peace Rehabilitation Center where they receive victim rescue and restoration, skills training, micro-loans for new business enterprise, care for HIV positive individuals and community training programs. In the past 20 years 1,000Ôs of girls have been rescued, educated and have found restoration through PRC.
Be the response.
Dee's Story - Saved From a Life of Slavery:
Dee is a young Nepali woman who was found at the border between India and Nepal. India borders Nepal on the East, West and South side, nearly surrounding Nepal. All of these borders are left open and unguarded, making it simple for sex slaves, often children, to be transported in and out of India and Nepal. Dee was found with an Indian man who had given her promises of a well-paid job in India. Dee was from a poor village near the border and upon hearing the promises of a new life for her and her family she was going to willingly travel with the man to India. When they were stopped at the border monitoring station funded by Free for Life International, it was discovered that his intentions were to sell her into the sex trade. Upon being freed from the Indian man she tried to return to her family but her family did not want her after she had spent several nights alone with another man. She was brought to the Peace Rehabilitation Center where she was given physical and emotional care and given sewing training. She returned to her village with a new skill and 5 sewing machines to teach other young vulnerable women how to sew. After counseling from the Peace Rehab Center staff, her family was excited to have her back. Not all stories end like DeeÕs but with your help, we hope to stop human trafficking at the Nepal borders so that other girls do not have to fear being put in the same situation as Dee.
Here is an opportunity to help stop the rise of human trafficking and to give hope to those who have been deeply wounded by it. The beauty of this opportunity is that it helps those who have already been affected by human trafficking but also works to prevent it from happening.