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Local Newspaper Honors Survivors!
A local newspaper honors 3 survivors!
A Boost in Confidence
Creating lanterns gave survivors a boost in confidence as they realized they could quickly learn to make something new!
Classes for the Future
11 girls in a shelter home practice setting goals and making decisions as they prepare to enroll in new classes.
When social workers visited their shelter home, the girls seemed down and unmotivated. They were encouraged by thread painting together!
Our social worker hosted a session about empathy for ten survivors living in a shelter home.
Sneha was rescued in August 2019 and now dreams of becoming a nurse. She loved picking out some books in a local bookstore!
Shanu and Bhavana were rescued in 2018. Four years later, they feel safe, happy and hopeful as they look to the future!
Moni the patissier!
Moni was rescued in December 2020. Now she enjoys her job working in a bakery!
It Takes a Village
Catherine Raja, National Director, shares about meeting Swati, who is only 14 years old and already a survivor of trafficking.
Saha, Fauzia and Reshmi were rescued on March 23rd. Now they are enjoying new friendships in freedom!
Treasure in Jars of Clay
Young girls are learning to steward their finances and time with care and attention.
Rescued At Last
16 year old Tani was finally rescued from a brothel in West Bengal on April 14th, 2022.
15 girls enjoyed painting rocks at a shelter home in Pune today; they came up with so many different designs!
The Power of a Phone Call
Survivors talk one-on-one with social workers to discuss what is most challenging in their lives.
After her rescue on March 21, 2021, Unita started to work as a cook's helper. Unita was recently promoted to oversee the entire kitchen!
Saving the Planet
11 environmentally conscious survivors loved learning about the earth, how planets rotate, and preserving natural resources.
Survivors in two different shelter homes learned new skills!
A drawing game emphasizes the importance of verbal communication!
Learning to listen - even virtually!
Over video chat, our social worker Nitendri told a fun story on how they could become active listeners.
A Meaningful Lunch
Shema reconnected with our social workers over lunch and shared about the difficulties she faces in her village.