Stories of Hope and Healing


Can I tell you a story? Do you have a few minutes to hear about some amazing things that are happening to release girls from abuse and exploitation?

While in Bangladesh and India last month I had opportunity to see the work of SIMaid’s Girls off the Streets project.

I’m amazed at what’s being done to bring hope and healing to young women who have been rescued from human trafficking. Young women who have been sexually exploited and sold into prostitution are now growing in confidence as they learn to trust again and develop life skills that will give them a strong foundation for life ahead. Girls off the Streets is giving them a future and importantly, letting them know that they are truly loved.

If you haven’t already, let me encourage you to check out Girls off the Streets and find out how you can be part of this project which is bringing hope to those who had lost hope.

Please take the time to click the play button on the audio player below to hear an interview where I explain some of the journey. The interview was recorded just before I returned to Australia and it’ll give you a much better idea of what can be done to create a brighter tomorrow for girls who have experienced a devastating past.

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One Thought on “Stories of Hope and Healing

  1. Manjit on January 22, 2013 at 9:33 am said:

    Hi sir,
    Happy to note that your goodself has realised this problem and trying to be helpful. No doubt, problem as said exist, but without knowing its basics its tough to tackle. If I’m of any need, would be blessed. Thanks for coming forward for these innocent girls. God bless.

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