Jumina, age 6, and her twin sister, Ganga, live two hours walk from the village and school. Their father died of AIDS, but not before infecting their mother, who is slowly dying and unable to escort the children. The children are now flourishing in a boarding school and we’ve arranged housing for their mother nearby.
Empower Nepali Girls are on a mission to grant 100 scholarships to Nepali girls by this December 2011. Each sponsorship costs $100 USD but you at home can donate any amount as every little adds up. Granting 100 scholarships will save 100 girls from being forced into human trafficking. It is estimated that each year 20,000 girls are taken from Nepal and forced into human slavery. That is approximately 54 girls each day… today…
Please join Empower Nepali Girls to bring down the numbers, to give these girls trust, a stable background and a hope for tomorrow. Inu Kumari Pariyar, a girl sponsored a good nine years ago has become the first girl from ENG who has started attending university since last year.
Spread our message. Here’s how you can help.


8 Raised, 92 to go – that’s not a lot considering how many of us there are…

3 COMMENTS

  1. Namaste! Just stumbled upon your blog – Great Blog by the way!

    Thanks for focusing on these great foundations. Here’s a Foundation with similar mission/goals that I have had the privilige to work for.

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