The Nepali Rescue Project 

The Nepali Rescue Project began as a collaborative initiative between two friends deeply committed to provide hope and justice amidst the greatest social evil of our time. Today it is a growing partnership with many organizations, churches, and individuals working together to rescue more than 20,000 girls every year.

Through interdiction, counseling, safe houses, rehabilitation, skills training and awareness, The Nepali Rescue Project provides Nepali girls an opportunity to find dignity and hope in their lives.  Current activity includes interdiction and counseling at 11 international border crossings, residential safe houses, emotional & spiritual restoration and job/skills training, literacy programs and micro-enterprise development to girls who have been deceived and coerced into human trafficking.

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Many thanks to everyone who joined us on November 4 for the "Night of Hope" fundraiser for the Nepali Rescue Project in Chesapeake, VA.  

We were all encouraged and challenged by the update on the NRP from Eric Watt of RUN Ministries and Ramesh Sapkota, the International Coordinator of the Nepali Rescue Project.  For more information on the NRP, email

 Watch the video for a snapshot of the work in Nepal.               

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