A Day in the Life of a Rescued Girl

 

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Ever wonder what it’s like for the girls living in the safe house?

Every day is scheduled. They take turns cleaning, preparing meals, and washing clothes. Many of them are awake by 6am. From The beautician instructor arrives around 7:30 and the girls have beautician training from 8am until 10am. Breakfast follows, which consists of rice, lentil soup, and a vegetable cooked in curry seasonings. Soon after, the girls go to the sewing room, where the house mother, Basanti trains the girls in tailoring. Throughout the afternoon, they work on patterns, projects, and making Red Thread bracelets. Lunch is around 2:30pm. The girls have English class at 3:30pm which supplements the English lessons they take in school. They are eager to learn. Later in the afternoon, the girls usually kick a ball around or play bad mitten (a team of Americans that came last summer brought several sets for the girls). They have Fellowship each night before dinner, and eat around 7:30pm. The girls are in bed by 10pm and begin again the next day. Saturday is their day off from work and school. Sunday is a work day like every other day of the week.

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The Red Thread Movement is a student initiative partnering with Eternal Threads to combat sexual slavery in Nepal. View all posts by redthreadmovement

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