Rescue Junction supports street children in India

 
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Oct 18, 2011

Freedom for 65 enslaved children

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Dear Friends and Supporters,

I am sure you are aware our work can sometimes be difficult but we are both determined and dedicated in our task.

You remember the previous story of trafficked children being stopped at Gaya Junction?. Well based on information received a raid was conducted on the factory in Jaipur Rajasthan by the Labour Department and Police rescuing 65 children from Bihar who were enslaved there in terrible conditions. 31 were from Gaya District and were transferred to Rescue Junction for rehabiltation, new clothes, good food and to be reunited with thier families.

It is days like these that give us strength to carry on, with your support we can look forward to rescuing even more children in the future.

Please follow our work on our facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/pages/People-First-India/106083302779969

You can see a photograph of some of the children on our website,

http://www.peoplefirstindia.net under latest news and updates.

We have also been able to fit new personal lockers for the children due to a kind donation from California. Thank you!

At this time if Indian Festivals may I send you  our best compliments of the season!

Please I remind you October 19th is BONUS MATCHING DAY where any donation you make will have extra value!

Thanks so much!

Sunita

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Comments:
  • Miriam E
    Miriam E Thanks for another wonderful update, and thanks for the good work that you do every day!
    • 3 years ago
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Project Leader

Nick Hansen

Project Liason Officer
Bodhgaya, Bihar India

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Map of Rescue Junction supports street children in India