New Day. NYOF – Nepal New Project Update to Members, Oct 09. Indentured Girls are daughters of Impoverished families who sell their daughters to labor contractors to work as house servants in distant cities. The parents receive US$50 a year , the girls get nothing.
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NYOF – Nepal
New Project Update to Members, Oct 09
Indentured Girls aredaughters of Impoverished families who sell their daughters to labor contractors to work as house servants in distant cities.
The parents receive US$50 a year, the girls get nothing.Indentured Girls – Western Nepal
Girls are far away from home, may not speak local dialect, may be as young as 6 or 7, no one checks on them, few attend school, they have no prospect for a good future.
Extreme poverty in the area drives the parents into this desperate trade.
NYOF was started in 1990, headed by Olga Murray, who is assisted by Som Paneru and staff in Nepal and California.
Established to transform the lives of impoverished Nepalese children by providing them with what should be every child’s birthright – education, housing, medical care, and loving support.
NYOF’s good governance has been recognised by Charity Navigator, which has granted NYOF a Four Star rating for effective and efficient administration of donated funds.
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Sold by her parents to pay a debt. assisted by Som Paneru and staff in Nepal and California.
Worked in Tea House in city, disliked and verbally abused by her master.
Rescued by NYOF in 2006. Enrolled in Beautician Training.
NYOF provided her with Rs. 15,000 to start her own business.
She hired another NYOF trained girl to assist.
She now earns Rs. 3000-4000 a month. Half is given to her parents, she keeps half.
She lives with pride, helps her family, and has skills for the future.Shushila’s Story
NYOF requires funds for its awareness and vocational training programmes.The need