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There is a great injustice on our hands, one known today as “modern slavery”. Human trafficking has taken over 40 million victims world-wide and the number keeps rising. Victims are stripped of their human rights and dignity to be treated as less than human. This is not okay. Our mission is to fight this injustice, as well as other injustices, by providing education through a primary residential school and beauty training. We believe education has the power to ignite dreams, foster dignity, and provide hope for the future. Watch this video to learn more!
Our mission is to empower and educate vulnerable women and children affected by injustices like abuse, neglect, human trafficking, poverty, and no access to education. We will do what it takes to give opportunities for individuals to hold their heads up high with hope for a better future!
We work with local leaders all around South Asia who know when an individual is at risk. Through these programs, we empower children and women in vulnerable and unjust communities to have a strong and safe future.
What started with a simple question of “How can we help just five little girls?” lead to establishing a non-profit with a residential school and various other programs! 2016 was the started but we aren’t anywhere close to finished! Watch this video to learn more about how Changing Destiny came to be.
We believe English education has the power to break the cycle of injustice and lack of opportunity in a family’s life and give a child a chance in the ever-growing, modern South Asia and world.
Therefore, we educate our children in a high-quality, English-medium school. One where English is the primary language used during instruction.
Our school provides:
In addition, we provide on-campus, safe-housing; known as a hostel. This includes:
We strongly believe in working together to make a difference. It takes many voices to speak into one person’s life. We welcome teams, especially with international persons, to love on our children, to teach them new things, to give our children exposure to the “outside” world, and to practice their English-speaking.
We understand that the child will have a decision to make once they graduate. Will they return to the life they saw when they were a little child? Or, do they take everything they have been given, a changed destiny, and go change other destinies? Our dream is that through their years at our school and home, these children will take prominent jobs in society and change the world for the good. We are committed to their safety even as they transition into a dignified profession in the real world.
“When I grow up, I want to be a doctor so that I can help other people like the doctor did for my mom.” – Student, grade 6
On any given night the babies of sex workers are exposed to an unimaginable amount of atrocities and dangers. Often these little ones are physically and verbally abused, drugged to keep quiet through the night, left to wander the streets alone, or left lying next to their mother as she takes in client after client. These children are some of the most vulnerable.
In partnership with a trusted organization, we have started a night shelter for these precious babies under the age of five. This night care provides:
Having this night care shelter also provides the opportunity to connect with more women in the red-light areas. The more women we connect with allows us to hear more of their needs and desires and hopefully provide a solution to change their destiny.
We are in no way in support of what these women do every night. However, we care for the child who is otherwise left alone in their most vulnerable state. We care for the child that is forgotten. We care for the child that did not choose this life.
Our hope is that through this night care and through the relationships built, the mothers will want to send their children to our residential school.
We believe vocational training can ignite forgotten dreams and give the opportunity for a bright future with a dignified career. One injustice we work with is human trafficking and sexual slavery. Many women are stuck in this trade because of illegal debt, while many others are stuck because of their limited, to no, education. Vocational training empowers these women to fight for their future. They too have a right to education.
Our beauty program launched in response to many women’s interest in this skill. They spoke, we listened. They dreamed, we responded.
This training includes: