$500 US > Saves a Girl > Creates a Long term Sustainable Business
New Reach Foundation supports projects across the world. These projects focus on "making the world a better place". This is a specific program aligning with our Climb4Community strategy.
We are ramping up a project called Goats 4 Girls within the local villages of Nepal. This is a proven model that provides a sustainable business to save girls and keep families together.
We are asking you to Participate in our Anti-Trafficking Goats 4 Girls Program in Nepal. We are raising funds with a goal for an entire Nepalese Village to become a “No Trafficking Zone”.
Your donation will change the course of a girl’s life. We aim to raise enough funds to protect entire villages.
Each sustainable business requires proper training, business skills, business tools, follow up coaching and up to 5 goats per business. The total capital investment is only $500 US to save a girl and keep the family together. This is a proven business model and Goats remain high in demand in Nepal. [100% of Your Donation is applied to G4G program and complies with 501c3 tax code]
Partner with us and you will be directly contributing to a better life for these people.
It is estimated that between 12,000 to 15,000 girls between ages 6 to 16 are trafficked each year from Nepal to India. More than 250,000 Nepali girls are forced into the Indian sex trade where prostitution is legal. Up to 7,000 girls from rural areas are brought as domestic slaves to Kathmandu city, where sexual abuse is common.
More than 100,000 children have been forced to leave their villages and 10,000 children have been orphaned as a result of the 12 yearlong civil war in Nepal.
"1.5 Million Nepalese Vulnerable To Human Trafficking, Says Nepal’s National Rights Body", 8 January 2020...From among the 1.5 million vulnerable people, 35,000 are “sold” every year for human trafficking to engage in difficult and danger foreign employments, adult entertainment and child labor activities, added a recent [National Human Rights Commission] NHRC report on the situation of human rights in Nepal.
As per the data of Nepal Police Headquarters, a total of 1,005 legal cases of human trafficking were filed in the past 4 years. In these cases, 1,176 culprits were also arrested. Among the arrested, 46 are foreign nationals.