Human Traffic Watch

Advocate to speak on child trafficking in Nepal

In Child Trafficking, Human Trafficking on March 12, 2013 at 12:24 pm

While volunteering at the Little Princes Children’s Home in Godawari, Grennan learned that most of the children were not orphans as he had previously thought, but victims of trafficking.

After returning to the United States, Grennan learned that child traffickers had taken seven of the children he had befriended in Nepal. Grennan moved to Kathmandu, Nepal, and founded Next Generation Nepal, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reuniting trafficked children with their families, according to a University Lectures Series flier.

Grennan has successfully reconnected more than 350 families that were separated by child trafficking, according to the flier.

Source: Daily Orange


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