Women’s rights groups in Nepal have reported an increase of domestic violence, rapes and other kinds of abuse against women during the lockdown. There have also been reports of people dying of starvation.
Here is a thank-you-note from Rama Badi in western Nepal for help with food for the needy. Her community is one of the places that we have been able to help with food.
At the beginning of this year 2020 we have embarked on a whole new project – a housing program for a village that for many years have suffered severely under the curse of the sex trade.
Out of Ashes has since December 2009 been working against child prostitution and trafficking together with Lighthouse Foundation Nepal (LHFN) to prevent and restore girls from being trafficked.
The primary goal of this project is to build a model village with earthquake-proof, environmentally friendly low-cost houses and to create local jobs and opportunities for the people in the community.
Youth Parliament Nepal, YPN organizes a conference annually and presents an award to someone who has contributed politically, socially or economically in their respective countries and communities. The recipient must be involved in social work.
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We believe every child deserves a a gift during the holidays — especially kids living in poverty. Your donation will be used to provide items they need, like new clothes, household and school supplies.
December is here and winter has begun to take hold of Sweden. In Umeå, where Out of Ashes has its seat, the city is hosting this year’s charity fundraising by the National Swedish TV and Radio called MusicAid. The theme this year, is “Children are not for sale”, focusing on children used in sex trafficking. This is exactly what we are working with and we will be a bit extra active and share information and create awareness in a couple of events during the week.
We are happy to announce that we have been approved by The Swedish Fundraising Control to receive a 90 account.The aim of The Swedish Fundraising Control is to work to ensure that fundraising activities among the public for humanitarian, charitable and culture purposes, environmental protection, conservation of nature and other public benefit aims is safely monitored, that collections are not burdened with excessive costs, that sound marketing techniques are used in fundraising activities and appropriate methods for fundraising control is developed.