Anti-Slavery | Community Development

For the One (FTO) is a foundation in Nepal centred on holistic community development, education and awareness that focuses on working alongside communities to help them create and enact change for themselves.

What we DO

 

Anti-Slavery Campaign

The Anti-Slavery Campaign has four pillars on which we work under: protection, prevention, advocacy, and capacity development. We consider these four areas essential in the campaign against slavery.

Community Development

We aim to advance health, education and water sanitation and hygiene (WASH Program) and introduce literacy programs, conduct human trafficking awareness campaigns and training for sustainable development.

Our Services

  • Anti-Slavery Campaign
  • Community Development
  • Interpersonal Skill Development
  • Helping Girls and Children in Nepal

Meaning of “For The One”

We can all make a difference by helping one person. This is what For the One is about. With all the problems in the world and the magnitude of need, things can become easily overwhelming which prevents us from helping with the little things.

One person, one girl, one community at a time.

We want to remember what this is all about: the people. Not the statistics or the numbers, but the people we work alongside with, helping them when necessary. We are here to listen, support, and work with these people and communities so that they know we are here for them. We care, love, and want them to create a future that they want for themselves.

Our Story

For the One (FTO) is a foundation in Nepal centered on holistic community development, education and awareness that focuses on working alongside communities to help them create and enact change for themselves.

FTO grew out of the realization that awareness and education on issues such as human trafficking, slavery, and sex trading were lacking within local communities. Added on to that, after the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal in April 2015 there was an increase in trafficked persons domestically and internationally. This was an overwhelming and disheartening realization. How could we help these girls and children?

Ongoing Causes

Awareness and Education

Contributing to stop the cycle of abuse and poverty through school level and community-based awareness programs, and education support to the survivors and Chepang children.

Safe Home Rehabilitation

Providing a long-term safe home for survivors of human trafficking and sexual abuse, which includes home studies.

Helping Girls and Children in Nepal

In Nepal, girls who have been trafficked are generally deemed impure and are often rejected by their communities. During our reintegration process, the girls in our care will be involved in community development for their own villages. This will give the girls a good reputation for when they eventually move back. It is the goal of FTO that during their rehabilitation, their participation in community development will not only be healing, but also prove to the leaders and people in the villages that they are not damaged goods but are vital to the development of the village and community. It will allow for an easier process of reintegration.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

Nakkhu - 13, Lalitpur Metropolitan City

Call Us: 01-5185470

info@ftonepal.org