Home is security.
Home is security.
In Nepal, at the frontlines of the human trafficking crisis, a safe place to live is one of the most critical needs for girls and boys who have been trafficked, or who are at risk.
Your support today will help build Asa House, the first of 14 new homes for highly vulnerable children in Nepal—somewhere they can safely live, learn, grow and thrive.
Help build a new home for at-risk children in Nepal.
Your help today would empower our Field Partner 3 Angels Nepal to build Āśā House: a new, permanent home for children in Pokhara who have been rescued from trafficking, or who are considered high-risk, and urgently need somewhere to live.
Once this new home is fully funded, your support will go towards funding an additional 13 homes for highly vulnerable children in Pokhara.
We guarantee that 100% of your gift will go directly to the field. Overseen by qualified and experienced carers, the new homes will provide children with shelter, nutritious food, education, medical care and love for as long as they need it.
“My home is where I feel happy.”
When the child trafficking crisis escalated in her community, Mira* found safety and long-term support at a vulnerable children’s home run by our Field Partner, 3 Angels Nepal. Mira* describes her new home as somewhere she feels happy, loved and safe.
Where do you turn,
when you can’t go home?
It’s a tragic fact that children are among those most likely to be trafficked.
Some are sexually exploited, sold into brothels.
Others are forced to work or beg on the streets.
These vulnerable children can be younger than eight years old—too young to understand what is happening to them, where their parents have gone, or why their terrified cries go unanswered.
Our Field Partner 3 Angels Nepal is committed to rescuing children from trafficking and educating families about traffickers’ schemes.
Yet often, even once children are rescued or have the trafficking process intercepted, they have nowhere to live that’s safe from future threats—that’s why the 3 Angels Nepal vulnerable children’s homes are so important.
Every dollar you give
makes a difference
Every single dollar you give today will go directly to the field—that’s 100% of your gift! Here’s how your support could help get construction underway for highly vulnerable children in Nepal*.
*These prices are examples of how your support could help fund this home’s construction. If you choose to part-fund this home, your gift will be pooled with others to support the overall construction as needed as part of The Pokhara Project. Find out more.
Help give children a new home
Your support today will give a child so much more than bricks and mortar. Your gift will provide precious girls and boys with security, love, connection and belonging. All Australian donations over $5 are fully tax deductible—and 100% will go directly to the field.
Please note: For security purposes, there is a $125,000 credit card transaction limit. If you wish to give over this amount, please process your gift in multiple transactions of no more than $125,000 at a time. Thank you for your generosity!
Funding Policy: 100% of all gifts made here will be directed to Give Freedom International program. Give Freedom’s program focus is infrastructure and capacity-building work known as The Pokhara Project, in partnership with 3 Angels Nepal, which includes the construction of vulnerable children’s homes. Please note that a limited proportion of these funds may be directed to disaster relief and other emergency support for our Field Partner prior to the completion of their new facilities.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why are new vulnerable children’s homes needed?
Our Field Partner has been successfully operating their vulnerable children’s homes in Pokhara since 2004. Over the years, the homes have given hundreds, even thousands, of children a place to live, play and learn while they recover from the trauma of trafficking.
In recent years, the cost to run the homes has increased significantly—mainly due to increasing rent. Some landlords refuse to rent their properties to children who have experienced sexual exploitation, choosing to distance themselves from the prevailing stigma attached to trafficking victims. Others are willing to rent their properties—but for a greatly increased cost.
The cost to maintain the rented homes poses another ongoing challenge for our Field Partner. The buildings are typically older and require constant repairs, costing our Field Partner dearly each year.
To continue supporting vulnerable children, our Field Partner needs help to build their very own rent-free, permanent homes in Nepal. The new buildings would be built sustainably, using quality materials and workmanship, which would minimise maintenance costs and provide our Field Partner with the means to become fully self-sufficient.
Your support of The Pokhara Project will allow these new homes to be constructed. Once complete, the new homes will give children, families and carers improved security and stability for many years to come.
Are the children who live at the vulnerable children’s homes orphans?
Can I adopt a child from a vulnerable children’s home?
Do the vulnerable children’s homes operate like orphanages?
If I give to the End of Financial Year Appeal, where will my money go?
Our End of Financial Year Appeal 2022 is raising funds to construct 14 new vulnerable children’s homes in Pokhara, Nepal as part of The Pokhara Project. Your tax-deductible gifts will help us move closer to commencing construction of these new homes. Any gift you give, large or small, will make a lasting impact and be greatly appreciated. The homes will collectively provide up to 150 children at a time with a safe and loving home for as long as they need it. Best of all, 100% goes directly to the field!
If I give to the end-of-financial-year appeal, will my gift be used to directly purchase the specific building materials that are mentioned (e.g. bricks)?
No, these building items and materials are examples of how your gift might be used to support the construction of vulnerable children’s homes. The price of building materials can vary month-to-month, and the exact number of materials needed for construction may also fluctuate.
However, while your gift does not directly purchase the materials mentioned, we guarantee that every single dollar will be used to support the construction of new buildings as part of The Pokhara Project. In addition, if you choose to fully fund an entire vulnerable children’s home, or the whole building which includes two homes each, your support will be allocated directly to this cause.
Is it possible that information about the new vulnerable children’s homes, such as children’s demographics, might change once construction is finished?
It is always our intention to represent our international development work as accurately as possible. The information shared above is based on the building plans currently in motion, which have been designed based on the ages and needs of the children currently cared for by 3 Angels Nepal. However, once construction is complete, details such as the age of the children living in each home, or the number or pairings of each specific home within the one building, may change. Any alterations would take place at our Field Partner’s discretion and would be based on the number of children requiring support within each age group. It will also take into consideration the best use of the new facilities and space.
When will construction of the new vulnerable children’s homes start?
Short answer: as soon as possible! Realistically, it may be a few years before we can begin construction. The land has been purchased, and the architectural designs are ready to go. Now we need to raise the funds to complete the build. The vulnerable children’s homes are one part of the The Pokhara Project—and to ensure the most efficient and cost-effective building process we will wait to commence construction on the full sustainable building project. This means waiting until The Pokhara Project is fully funded. The sooner we reach our funding goal, the sooner we can begin—the ideal time to start building works in Nepal is in September of any given year, due to the monsoon season.