We hope that our infographic will make it easier to understand how child trafficking happens, not only in Nepal, but worldwide. You can help us raise awareness for this problem by sharing this graphic with your friends, family, and with anyone you know who may be considering volunteering in an orphanage.
How to Help Prevent Child Trafficking: An Infographic by NGNNext Generation Nepal2018-08-03T12:29:24-07:00
There is mounting concern about orphanages and tourism around the world, but the response has been patchy. Our world is a diverse place and our understanding of orphanages varies between different source markets and destinations. Read more about it here.
This is the story of Upesh who is 12 years old. Upesh is a semi-orphan who lost his mother when he was very young and is living with his father and stepmother. After the earthquake hit he was intercepted and rescued by the NGN team and the Nepal Police. Read the full story here.
Check out this insightful and beautifully shot video by Lindsay Larsen as she discusses the cycle of orphanage tourism. Lindsay talks about her experiences and how voluntourism can have devastating affects on families.
On October 18th, Next Generation Nepal's Country Director, Samjyor Lama, represented both NGN and the at-risk children of Nepal at a prestigious European Union anti-trafficking roundtable yesterday in Brussels.
Samjyor Lama Represents NGN at the EU’s Anti-Trafficking DayNext Generation Nepal2017-10-20T20:24:31-07:00