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Human Trafficking in Nepal

Human Trafficking has truly become a global threat to vulnerable women, children and men worldwide. It is an injustice that affects millions of people every year on every continent and at all socioeconomic levels. Trafficking is a highly-organised and lucrative business, generating 150 billion US dollars per year, 99 billion of which is generated by sex trafficking within the prostitution industry.

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From Hopeless to Hopeful

Atieno, a mother of three children and wife to an abusive husband, was living on a dumpsite in one of Nairobi’s largest slums. Facing extreme poverty, the family would spend every day on the dumpsite scavenging for food in dangerous conditions chemical waste, toxic fumes and used needles.

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Steps to End Child Labour

Waste picking is one of the worst forms of child labour and causes irreversible damage to health. Bangladesh has a large waste picking community. ChildHope, and our Bangladesh partner Grambangla Unnayan Committee (GUC) are working on lives and livelihood issues to support this vulnerable community. In Dhaka alone, over 120,000 women and children earn a living by waste picking...

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Stories from ChildHope: Amit in Nepal

Since the earthquakes in Nepal, there has been a 15% increase in human trafficking. We were faced with two choices – do something or do nothing.

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Equality for Street Children Starts Here

International Day for Street Children is the one day a year street-connected children have a platform to tell the world their stories, experiences and needs. Too often, street-connected children are ignored and marginalised, and every year, we work together to demonstrate the fantastic work being done globally to make street-connected children a priority on national and global agendas. Last year, we used International Day for Street Children to celebrate the mandate we received from the United Nations. Street-connected children’s rights were finally, after years of work from our Network, recognised and explained. Despite this, street-connected children continue to be discriminated against, abused, and are often unable to go to school, see a doctor, or even seek justice when harmed. Armed with this mandate from the UN, we cannot allow this to happen anymore.

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