SOLD tells the story of thirteen-year-old Lakshmi who is trafficked from India to Nepal. Showing the story of a teenager who undergoes such suffering is an incredibly powerful way of shining a light on trafficking for other teenagers all around the world. The filmmakers have even made a shorter version of the film with a classification suitable for younger audiences.
Our favourite school fundraisers include own clothes days, silly tie days and bake sales (and we have lots more that we can help you with)! We are more than happy to provide you with resources to run an assembly about our work in Nepal and for schools in the London region we may be even be able to run the assembly for you so that you and the students can hear first-hand the impact that you are making. You can read about Childreach Nepal’s remarkable projects that you will be supporting here.
Every year, hundreds of dedicated students commit to raising even more for us by taking on a sponsored challenge or volunteering opportunity – including tackling Everest Base Camp in Nepal! This option is suitable for sixth form and college students.
As a child rights movement, we know it is incredibly important to engage young people with social issues. They are the next generation of abolitionists. Here are some of our fantastic young volunteers from the National Citizen Service speaking out about child trafficking and why children around the world should speak out to ensure others are Taught, Not Trafficked.