Posts in Stories of Hope
Orisa's Story

Orisa is a beautiful young woman from Nigeria. She was deceived into coming to Spain as a nanny and was told she would be paid a good salary through which she could pay back her debt for the travel to Europe and also be able to send money to her impoverished family.  She was taken on a perilous journey through northern Africa that…

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Navya & Shamita

Fourteen years ago, two young girls, Navya and Shamita, were rescued from slavery and brought to  Project Rescue home in India. Through the program, they found healing and restoration through Jesus Christ. They earned their degrees in counseling and caregiving and are reintegrated into society. Recently, they were asked by the Indian government to assist in a rescue operation…

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Mariana's Story / Spain

Mariana approached the Project Rescue staff members after an awareness event one evening in Spain.  With tears in her eyes, she explained she had been trafficked into prostitution and recently escaped.  But the horrors she experienced weren’t easy to leave behind…

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Ananya's Story / India

The Project Rescue outreach team first met Ananya five years ago, when she was 11.  An orphan at birth; a brothel owner, seeing all the future financial potential this baby girl held, falsified the necessary documents, and Ananya was suddenly a child born in the brothels and one who belonged to the owner…

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Hope Comes Full Circle

Fourteen years ago, two young girls, Navya and Shamita, were rescued from slavery and brought to a Project Rescue home in India. Through the program, they found healing and restoration through Jesus Christ. They earned their degrees in counseling and caregiving and have reintegrated into society. Recently, they were asked by the Indian government to assist in a rescue operation…

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Kasha’s Story

Kasha’s mother was a victim of sexual slavery. When she was two-years-old, her mother left. No one knew where she went. For three years, Kasha lived with her grandparents. They cared for her the best they could, but they were homeless and often did not have enough food for themselves or Kasha…

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