This project is an emergency shelter which provides a place of safety and recovery for girls who have been at risk of, or victims of abuse and exploitation.
Girls who are referred to the project are supported through a rehabilitation process followed by a reintegration process with their families wherever possible. Services provided include emergency shelter, counseling, health care, sexual and reproductive health, education, legal support, awareness and risk reduction (HIV/AIDS, substance abuse), social rehabilitation, family reintegration, vocational training, residential support and business/ employment support.
This service is vital in a country where bonded labour and the trafficking of girls is rampant. Every year around 50 girls benefited from this life saving facility, they have been rescued from a life of exploitation, pain and loneliness, but there is still much to do as their recovery process can sometimes be extremely long.