In 1991, the Women’s Global Leadership Institute started a campaign called 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. It runs from November 25th to December 10th. In 2021, the Women’s Protection Center in Nepal (WPC Nepal) launched their own awareness campaign against sexual violence in and around Hetauda, Nepal, because the problem of domestic and
How Covid Impacted Farming and Food Availability in Nepal As a landlocked nation, Nepal has been overly dependent on other nations for certain key components of its economy, including its agricultural and farming industry. The lockdowns from covid impacted Nepal’s farming in ways never before seen. As you’re about to find out, they may never
4 Effects of Covid Lockdowns in Nepal – a Path to Mental and Physical Breakdown Nepal instituted a full national lockdown on March 24th, 2020. Two days before that, they closed the border with India, and a couple months earlier on January 28th, they closed the border with China – all in what proved to
These Poverty-Drivers Fuel the Supply of Human Trafficking Victims in Nepal Poverty is the primary root cause of human trafficking in Nepal. But what are the causes of poverty? If solutions to address the causes of poverty were implemented, it would eventually reduce the supply of people vulnerable to the lies and deceptive promises of traffickers.
Research Reveals: The Root Cause of Sex Trafficking is Pornography Warning: Some content and links on this page lead to graphic descriptions and language. Your blood would curdle if you saw some of the keywords people have typed in search engines that brought them to our own site (before we blocked them). This happens because
You have a part to play in the fight against human trafficking. Here’s a 10-step plan to figure out how, where, and who you want to help stop modern day slavery.
To prevent human trafficking, you must identify and address the root causes. Learn the 2 primary causes in Nepal, and the 5 ways you can help overcome them.
Pamila’s dressmaking shop is well cared-for and inviting: lively, bright fabrics and sample dress designs catch the eye and welcome customers into the small space, formerly a family living room. The store is separated from the back of the house by a large curtain, behind which is hidden is a humble bedroom sparsely furnished with
Long-time Friends of WPC Nepal volunteer, Brian Benkhen, along with several other volunteers, visited the safe home in Hetauda, Nepal this summer to further WPC's mission: build relations between the WPC safe home and the community and ultimately increase awareness and prevention of human trafficking. The volunteers, along with the WPC safe home staff, traveled
4 Steps to End Child Trafficking and 3 Options for What to Do with Rescued Children For children in immediate danger of being trafficked, and for those at risk of it because of some of the factors listed in Part 1 of this article, someone needs to take them in and protect them. Someone has