As already mentioned on the page Our Homes, rescued girls are welcomed into the AOGE family and our homes where restoration work continues. Vocational education and training opportunities are available through Shristi Gyan School and our sustainability projects.
However, we understand prevention is that the best way to fight against human trafficking. We are dealing with individual lives. We do not want more girls and young woman to be trapped in the terrible nightmare of human trafficking. Currently, it is estimated that 12,000 children are trafficked from Nepal to India every year. No single organization can restore so many.
Not all those we receive in our homes have been trafficked. Some came because they were at risk due to being orphaned, abandoned, abused/neglected, or having a family history of trafficking. They are part of our family because we want to prevent them from being trafficked.