For the past eight years, Adara has cared for 136 children who were trafficked during the civil war from their homes in the remote Humla region of Nepal.
It costs just $5 per day to help keep these children in school. With their education, they help empower their community to break the cycle of poverty that left them vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation. Now they teach others about the dangers of trafficking.
Adara works side by side with communities and children in remote areas in Nepal and Uganda to improve their lives through health, education and other essential services.