All of the rescued girls are traumatized. Many have STDs, and some have even contracted diseases such as HIV. In one of our shelters or a government shelter, they are given medical care and trauma counselling. They also attend school, where they are guided towards a better future.
After the girls have been rescued from prostitution, stigma can prevent them from returning home. Work is their path to freedom, but finding and keeping a job is a major challenge for this vulnerable group. That’s why we provide vocational training and internships. By doing internships, the girls learn to work in a commercial environment and can save money to set up their own businesses in future. Or they gain enough work experience to find jobs in the catering trade.