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Kath Kable and Steve Raymond

Our Visit to Nepal

Nov 18, 2022 | News

Give Freedom founders Steve and Robyn Raymond have spent a week in Nepal visiting our Field Partner.

They were accompanied by managing director Kath Kable and marketing director Shelly McKewin, who together saw first hand the incredible work 3 Angels Nepal are doing rescuing and rehabilitating vulnerable women and children.

The visit was an opportunity to discuss our joint building development, The Pokhara Project, and confirm the strong, mutual partnership between Give Freedom International and 3 Angels Nepal.

The Pokhara Project is a joint building venture to increase the impact and capacity of the anti-human trafficking work being carried out by our established Field Partner 3 Angels Nepal. 

Excitingly, the team met the builders and architects who will be carrying out the riverworks–an important phase which will secure the site from future erosion and flooding. A building contract has been officially signed and work will be underway very soon.

To celebrate, a land breaking ceremony with all the women, children and staff of 3 Angels Nepal, was held at the The Pokhara Project site. 

“For me this was a true highlight,” said Kath. “To stand on the land, to see the hugeness of it and realise not only the grandness of our vision but what their future will be, took my breath away.”

Alongside meetings and festivities, the Give Freedom team spent four days with local media organisation Burning Twig, capturing videos and photos which will be used to further promote The Pokhara Project–keep an eye out for some exciting new content soon!

Kath Kable with children from 3 Angels Nepal

Kath Kable with children from 3 Angels Nepal

From left to right: Robyn Raymond, Shelly McKewin, Kath Kable, Steve Raymond

Give Freedom and 3 Angels Nepal team celebrate signing the riverworks contract

From left to right: Robyn Raymond, Shelly McKewin, Kath Kable, Steve Raymond

Give Freedom and 3 Angels Nepal team celebrate signing the riverworks contract