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Thistle Farms is a community of women who have survived prostitution, trafficking and addiction in Nashville. They employ survivors, and their residential program helps up to 700 women yearly.
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Tara Projects has been working since the early 1970s to fight exploitation, poverty, and social injustices in India.
Onyx and marble carving provides many jobs in Pakistan, where work opportunities are scarce. Artisans even select the best stones from the mines themselves.
Destiny Rescue exists to Rescue, Restore, Protect, Empower and be a Voice for the Voiceless. They go undercover into brothels and red-light districts to find and rescue young girls.
Tavi went to the Center for Global Impact for a sewing machine and started a movement to free women from the bondage of poverty and human trafficking in Cambodia.
Mission Lazarus a holistic ministry, currently working in Honduras and Haiti, focusing on community development through Spiritual, Educational, Medical, & Agricultural outreaches.
Kumbeshwar Technical School has a day care, nursery and primary school, home for homeless children, and vocational training program for low income families to empower the local community.
Asha Handicrafts welfare workers work closely with artisans and their families to provide medical care, educational assistance for children, and to improve the living and working conditions of the artisans in India.
Blue Monarch provides a residential and therapeutic Christian community for women and their children to break adverse cycles and rebuild their families.
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Mai Handicrafts was started to improve the lives of street children and single mothers in Vietnam. They provide marketing and training and some of the profits help fund social work projects in Ho Chi Minh.
The YWCA of Dhaka Craft Centre in Bangladesh provides training in sewing and embroidery for women who had been abandoned or abused by their husbands.
In Ghana, Divine’s cocoa growers receive above-market Fair Trade premiums for their cocoa beans, which are used to fund community development projects like wells and schools.
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