Author: Alicia Jauffret

I am writing  from Wimbledon in South London, where I have set up my new Child Rescue Nepal home office. It has certainly been a very strange week, but myself and Jo have been pushing on to support our staff and children in Nepal as...

We wanted to say that during this time of great uncertainty we are thinking of you. You mean so much to us and we are deeply grateful for your support. We would like to return that support to you as best we can. It's understandable that...

Following government advice, we have decided to temporarily close the Child Rescue Nepal office. However both members of staff are set up to work from home, and so as far as the charity is concerned, it will be business as usual. Emails will be received...

Our greatest desire is that the boys and girls we rescue are able to go back to their family homes and restart their education. However reintegration can only take place after rigorous assessment and co-ordination with the appropriate authorities. With this in mind, we are very...

This morning at 8am (2.15am GMT) our team in Nepal received a phone call from local police saying that three boys had been spotted in danger at a brick kiln. Our staff moved fast to put a rescue plan together. They immediately moved into action, and...

We are very pleased to share the news that this morning we were able to rescue three boys and bring them to safety. One boy (aged 14) was rescued from a metal factory and two boys (aged 13 and 14) were rescued from a hotel. The...

We are pleased to share the news that six girls have recently been rescued from dance bars and restaurants in Kathmandu. In an incredible effort, our partner Shakti Samuha sent out six undercover teams to evaluate girls in the entertainment sector. The team found 19 girls...