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Posts by Topic: STOP Girl Trafficking

When girls win, we all do

AHF helps over 50,000 girls and women: girls at risk of being sold, orphans, patients in need of medical care, students, nuns, elders, Tibetan nomads and entrepreneurs. We asked some of them what, as women, it has meant for them.

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Art with heart

Art has the power to change perceptions—and in the case of social venture shakti, the power to change lives. shakti founder Mohini Malhotra hosted a benefit featuring women artists in emerging markets to help STOP Girl Trafficking.

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I was punched in the gut by STOP Girl Trafficking

Rafferty is hoping to keep another 50 Nepali girls safe in school for a year.

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Girls saving girls, part 2: Bimala

Young women once at risk of being trafficked are now role models. And they’re helping other girls, not only in the classroom, but empowering them to stand up to pressures that would take them out of school.

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Girls saving girls, part 1: Samjhana

One of the most amazing results of our STOP Girl Trafficking (SGT) project is Dr. Aruna’s Uprety's army of SGT graduates! Young women once at risk of being trafficked are now role models.

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Back in Sindhupalchowk: new books, new school!

After the earthquake, AHF delivers supplies to the badly damaged Krisha Ratna Ganga High School.

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More temporary learning centers = more TLC

In the quake-ravaged district of Sindhupalchowk, an estimated 80% of homes were destroyed and almost 2,000 lives were lost. We've ‘adopted’ seven public schools there.

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Smarts and heart: twelve village heroines

12 young women from Lalitpur, all STOP Girl Trafficking grads, had enough of living in cramped shacks made from the rubble of their homes. That’s when they sent us their big idea.

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A huge thanks to all of the schools that did fundraisers on our behalf!

A huge thanks to all the schools that did fundraisers on our behalf to help Nepal!

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Back to school!

The Chuna Devi School is located in the once picturesque village of Maha Manjushree. Classes started again, but they're taking it slow this first week.

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