NGN does everything that it can to reunify trafficked and displaced children with their families, but sometimes that just isn’t an option, and we must find the best alternative solution for a particular child. Ideally, this is one that helps them maintain a connection with their communities and any family they may have. Sudhir is one of those children.
Trafficked, Rescued and Reconnected–But in a Different Way Next Generation Nepal
NGN's reintegration team faces many physical challenges when they are in search for a child's family. They maybe in the field for a few days, a week or more, often walking on steep trails in the highest mountains of the world to reach a village where they hope to find the family.
NGN Reintegration Officers Continue Their Challenging Field Missions All Over Nepal Next Generation Nepal
As 2017 gets underway, the NGN Community Anti-trafficking (CAT) project team continues to travel to remote, earthquake-affected villages in the district of Sindhupalchowk to inform local communities about the dangers of children being trafficked into illegal institutions.
NGN’s Community Anti-trafficking Project Continues to Raise Awareness Next Generation Nepal
In our latest newsletter we're saying a big thank you to everyone. We're also discussing how you are saving at risk children, our new country director, the empowerment project, Wisdom Wednesdays, progress on our anti-trafficking project, inside the life of an NGN Reintegration Officer and more!
Spring is here and all the hardships that the winter months brought are behind us now. The days are getting longer and the spring planting of rice is turning the terraces of Nepal an iridescent green. Spring also brings hope for a better year to come. Read more here.
It is hard to express the depth of the challenges and triumphs that we have experienced over the last six months. The day after our Spring Newsletter was published, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal. Find out more about here.