This project rescues young Nepali girls from bonded servitude and provides them with six years of education, which will enable them to graduate from high school.
Nepali girls, some as young as six, are being sold by their families into bonded servitude. The families don't want to sell their daughters, but they can't afford to live without the $50 they receive for their daughters' labor. NYOF rescues these girls, gives each of their families a piglet or goat to replace the money from selling their daughter, and sponsors the girls' education for six years. This includes all school supplies, uniforms, books, and a kerosene lamp to study at night.
NYOF will rescue Nepali girls from being sold bonded servitude, and provide them with a complete education through their high school graduation. Many of these girls are the first females in their families to be educated.