At their heart, She Is Safe works to prevent, rescue, and restore women and girls from abuse and exploitation in some of the toughest areas of the world.
In each of the high-risk locations She Is Safe works in, they develop and explore partnerships to equip women and girls for lasting transformation into a life of freedom and faith.
Although prevention, rescue, and restoration are not unique to their work in Nepal, the approach to what that looks like is. Come explore Nepal and see what transformation can look like for women and girls.
In Nepal, prevention from abuse and exploitation looks like training Nepali women so that they can educate others about the realities of trafficking in their community. This can take the form of simply a group of women standing together uniting against this issue. Also, prevention looks like the income-generating Goat Initiative where a girl is given goats to breed and raise. As she begins to make money, her family begins to see that their daughter has more value than what they can sell her for.
For SIS, rescue looks like working at border stations, training women to identify and intercept girls that are being trafficked into India. And the efforts have not been wasted either, last year over 1400 girls were intercepted at the SIS's stations.
Restoration in Nepal looks like a safe house where girls are welcomed in to a community where they are counseled and taught new vocation skills, so that they are able to move forward into a life of freedom.