We take girls at a real risk of being trafficked and turn them into confident, articulate, grateful young women looking at very different futures.
Ngoenga in Tibetan means joyous, and this school for differently abled Tibetan children is filled with those learning to live their best lives. Sonam and Nyima, after loving care and physical therapy, can now can stand on their own for the first time - and you can feel their joy!
The wildlife corridors in Nepal's southern plains are central to the survival of endangered bengal tigers and one horned rhinos, and the ecosystem they are a part of. But poaching and human wildlife conflict remain serious threats. Our partnership with the Fund for Tiger and its work to engage local youth in conservation has been effective, and tiger population has nearly doubled.
In 2007, we started STOP Girl Trafficking in Udayapur by enrolling 60 girls in school. This year, 848 girls are enrolled in 29 schools there! Our Udayapur SGT Alums are socially active in their communities, and enlisting to mentor SGT girls, and be the important Friday Class teachers. Trafficking in Udayapur is not yet defeated. So we are fighting!