In Asia, many women and children suffer from trafficking and forced prostitution.
Caste discrimination and poverty are said to be the main causes.
At Gospel Aid, our aim is to provide vocational training, job creation, and financial support
for education and upbringing of children living in such vulnerable conditions in Asia
and contribute to their independence and enhancement of basic human rights.
Gospel Home was established in Kathmandu in 2019. We are supporting 100% of its operational costs.
However, in order not to encourage relying on charitable donations forever, we are simultaneously providing advice and training
to the staff at Gospel Home so that they can maintain and run the Home themselves in a sustainable manner.
At Gospel Home, there is a young female leader, who was born at the deep end of the caste system.
She was able to stand up from being yet another victim of discrimination and seek change.
However, it was never easy.
We believe that she will be an inspiration to the next generation of women leaders on the field.
We work with local leaders just like her, offering help while thoroughly examining their needs.
The goal is for the children of the Home are able to attend school well and live while receiving proper care and affection.
And the staff members who work together to support each other in good faith and carry out their activities.
We are working with them to make this a reality.
The staff from Japan visit the Home sometimes in order to encourage them for their hard work and deepen interaction with supporters.
In addition, Gospel Home now sends reports to us every month explaining the balance of payments so that we can monitor the integrity of operations on the field.
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|RESCUE||Rescue of children who are at risk of trafficking, exploitation, and abuse, such as orphans and those living in poverty.|
Identification of the need for rescue and including the required paperwork.
The target people groups for rescue are:
1. People at risk of maintaining a dignified lifestyle such as orphans and homeless
2. People at risk of being trafficked and exploited
3. People who desire to be rescued
Restoration of individual dignity