Towards New Life for 5000 Filipino Sex Survivors

by Third World Movement Vs.the Exploitation of Women

Summary

Through 6 "Belen Drop in Centers," 3 "Nazareth Growth Homes," and 2 "Bethany Transition Homes," survivors of incest, rape and the sex trade are ministered to for healing, leading to a new life.
$4,051
total raised
41
donors
0
monthly donors
8
years active

Challenge

Serving residents and communities of the sexually abused and "sexploited" has seen the faces of cruelty, ignorance, and poverty. Fieldworkers (former prostitutes) venture out into the slums, the docksides and various redlight districts offering support and a way out. We continue our journey together in our homes where we see transformation, justice, and human dignity restored.

Solution

Young girls find safe harbor, receive free education, legal and medical assistance, psychological and spiritual counselling as well as livelihood skills training in 11 project sites. "GAP sponsored Care Givers Training opened new employment."

Long-Term Impact

The entire project targets serving 5,000 women and children and helping them have a better quality of life.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).

Resources

http:/​/​www.tw-mae-w.org
Third World Movement Against the Exploitation of W

Organization Information

Third World Movement Vs.the Exploitation of Women

Location: Project 4, Quezon City - Philippines
Website: http:/​/​www.te-mae-w.org
Project Leader:
Sister Soledad Perpinan RGS
Foundress, chairperson, CEO
Quezon City, Philippines

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