Escaping Abuse in Nepal

by Kidasha
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Escaping Abuse in Nepal
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Escaping Abuse in Nepal
Escaping Abuse in Nepal
Escaping Abuse in Nepal
May 7, 2019

Escaping Abuse in Nepal

Thank you for your continued support and interest in our work in Nepal.  Over the last year we have achieved so much and none of it would have been possible without you. So, not only have we supported and changed the lives of 137 female victims of sexual abuse & exploitation, we have also achieved the following:

  • We reached 5,124 of Nepal's most vulnerable and at-risk children
  • We extended our pioneering Life Skills Education programme to 16 government schools and reached 1,118 students 
  • We supported 938 working or at-risk children and 148 street-involved children through our core child protection services
  • We lobbied the Gandaki Regional Automobile Workshop Association to amend bylaws barring employment of children under 14
  • We helped 882 of the poorest children to attend school by providing books, uniforms, and fees

On our CEO's last visit - Janice Miller said the following

During my trip, I also visited our shelter for girl victims of sexual abuse, where having just recently moved to a different building, the staff and girls were still unpacking and setting in.  As always when I visit this project, I was overwhelmed with both anger and sadness that many of the girls are less than 10 years old.  On a positive note, the girls were excited to be going on an outing later that day, albeit to have their eyes tested at a local eye clinic.

Our work in Nepal is extremely important and with your kind and generous help, we can change the lives of many more vulnerable children.

Many thanks 

The Kidasha Team

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Location: London - United Kingdom
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @KidashaNepal
Project Leader:
Caroline Emlyn Jones
London, London United Kingdom

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