Every year, as many as 20,000 girls from the poorest parts of rural Nepal are trafficked: coerced or tricked with false promises, then sold into brothels, indentured servitude, or forced into child marriage. The way we combat this modern-day slavery is surprisingly effective: we prevent it.
Blog: The power of ten
In Nepal passing grade 10 is so significant, it is often referred to as the ‘iron gate’—if you don’t get through, it will shut in your face and you will be locked out from further education, opportunity, and any kind of future.
Being part of SGT affords an extra layer of protection to girls like Sita. They have field staff, teachers, and a network of SGT sisters who keep an eye over her.
AHF Family: Some ride for glory, some ride for good
Sasha Valentine is about to embark on a bumpy ride, but the saddle burn is a small sacrifice for a big idea. On August 11, she and a group of motorcyclists will take to the world’s highest motorable road on two wheels to help prevent girls from being trafficked.