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Prevent human trafficking by supporting a micro-business for uneducated Himalayan women without opportunities for work. Providing skills, salary and dignity to these women will stop them from selling themselves or their children to human traffickers.Become An Advocate
Both in the mountain villages and in the major cities where they move for work and education, we will teach fetal development trainings along with sharing the Gospel and use that as a way to teach about the value that God places on life. In these cultures often life is not valued and we are seeking to provide skills development training, literacy training and health care classes as a way to help enrich the lives of the women and children and thus enriching the lives of the family. We will also help them to find ways to sell products they create and help develop long lasting businesses that will give them a strong sustainable foundation for their lives and livelihood. Providing these types of trainings, classes and business opportunities, we will have a wonderful platform to speak into the lives of those who come and teach them about the one who created them, loves them, died for them and values them.
This is a Hindu majority nation. We are targeting minority Tibetan Buddhist peoples. We try to distinguish ourselves from the garden variety trekker (grungy dread-locks and straggly beard) that comes to our country looking for enlightenment. Our clothing and look should be modest and clean in order to differentiate ourselves and our message from them.
Densely-populated, under-developed urban center. It is rustic, modern, filthy and fun. Modern shopping malls share the landscape with 15th century, decaying architecture. In the mountains, trails consist of steep, rugged, stair-step terrains that comb the nether regions of the world’s highest mountain range. Four to five days journey on foot, far away from civilization, ascending and descending thousands of feet to reach our people groups.
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Purchase of sewing machines, woodcarving machines, embroidery machines: $5,000
Purchase of initial start up materials for sewing and crafting: $3000
Rental of center for families for trainings and classes/shop: $1000 per month/$24,000 total (over 2 years)
Supplies to furnish center for families and shop: $20,000
Supplies for trainings and classes: $10,000
Supplies for women/families in need (baby clothing, blankets, school clothes, school fees, etc): $15,000
Travel expenses to get into mountain villages for trainings and classes: $8,000
Expenses for a stipend for a national partners/staff to work with running the center/shop: $10,000
Expenses to train staff: $5000Give To This Project
Pray that the gospel message touches many families through this project.
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