FOR AN EMPATHETIC WORLD

WITHOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING

FOR AN EMPATHETIC WORLD WITHOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Do Good Now is a non-profit organization founded in 2006. We have been involved and responsible for projects in several countries, including Thailand and Costa Rica. Our focus is on human rights and the fight against human trafficking.

At present, we run projects both in Nepal, which is one of the poorest countries in the world and which is one of the countries of origin for many traffickers, but also in Sweden, which is one of the richest countries in the world and at the same time an important destination for human traffickers. Our focus is on human rights and the fight against human trafficking.

The sign of eternity in our logo symbolizes our holistic approach and that we work with various methods both to prevent more people from ending up in human trafficking, but also support those who have survived human trafficking, to be able to return to a richer life and a meaningful existence. We have these two perspectives in our work both in Nepal and in Sweden

In Nepal, we work primarily preventively through our collaboration with Build up Nepal. We create conditions for residents in the poorest and most vulnerable parts of Nepal to build their own houses, toilets and schools with climate-friendly, cost-effective and earthquake-resitent construction technology.

Since the men often are abroad to work, it is common that the women take responsibility for the construction work and this contributes to increased equality between the men and women. The model also creates opportunities for local entrepreneurs, in many cases women, who start their own companies based on the experience they gain through the construction of their house.

This radically reduces people's exposure to human trafficking.

In Nepal, we also support people who have survived human trafficking, mainly through cooperation with the non-profit organization ABC Nepal. An organization that runs several homes for girls who have been exposed to, or is at risk of ending up in, sex trafficking. The girls rescued from brothels or other slave-like conditions are offered housing, education, medical care and trauma treatment.

In Sweden, we work preventive through by information campains via our social media channels and through workshops in upper secondary schools.

We help women and children who have survived human trafficking or have been exposed in other ways by arranging apartments via the social services and organizations that work with women who have survived prostitution.

Do Good Now is a non-profit organization founded in 2006. We have been involved and responsible for projects in several countries, including Thailand and Costa Rica. Our focus is on human rights and the fight against human trafficking.

At present, we run projects both in Nepal, which is one of the poorest countries in the world and which is one of the countries of origin for many traffickers, but also in Sweden, which is one of the richest countries in the world and at the same time an important destination for human traffickers. Our focus is on human rights and the fight against human trafficking.

The sign of eternity in our logo symbolizes our holistic approach and that we work with various methods both to prevent more people from ending up in human trafficking, but also support those who have survived human trafficking, to be able to return to a richer life and a meaningful existence. We have these two perspectives in our work both in Nepal and in Sweden

In Nepal, we work primarily preventively through our collaboration with Build up Nepal. We create conditions for residents in the poorest and most vulnerable parts of Nepal to build their own houses, toilets and schools with climate-friendly, cost-effective and earthquake-resitent construction technology.

Since the men often are abroad to work, it is common that the women take responsibility for the construction work and this contributes to increased equality between the men and women. The model also creates opportunities for local entrepreneurs, in many cases women, who start their own companies based on the experience they gain through the construction of their house.

This radically reduces people's exposure to human trafficking.

In Nepal, we also support people who have survived human trafficking, mainly through cooperation with the non-profit organization ABC Nepal. An organization that runs several homes for girls who have been exposed to, or is at risk of ending up in, sex trafficking. The girls rescued from brothels or other slave-like conditions are offered housing, education, medical care and trauma treatment.

In Sweden, we work preventive through information campains via our social media channels and through workshops in upper secondary schools.

We help women and children who have survived human trafficking or have been exposed in other ways by arranging apartments via the social services and organizations that work with women who have survived prostitution.

OUR PARTNERS

Do Good Now Global has since 2010 worked closely with the non-profit organisation ABC Nepal, who run multiple homes in Nepal for young girls who have lived through, or been at high risk of getting into, sex trafficking. The young women who have been saved from brothels, as well as other slave-like conditions, are offered housing, education, medical treatment, and trauma therapy.

Throughout 2021, Do Good Now Global has started working closely with Build Up Nepal, where they work ambitiously to help the most vulnerable and financially deprived families in Nepal to build their own homes and villages. Right now, they are still looking for the most suitable village, but due to the residing pandemic, everything is made more difficult and time consuming. As soon as they know what village we can help out, we will inform you all, in order to give you the best opportunity to help out wherever you can.

Granporten AB

This real estate company is giving out 10% of their apartments to families living in refuge, and women who are in need of protected residence.

Lorenz Fastigheter AB

This real estate company is giving out 10% of their apartments to families living in refuge, and women who are in need of protected residence.

BFM Fastigher AB

This real estate company is sponsoring the costs of administration, printed matters, and marketing costs so that every donation made to DGNG will unabridged go to our core purposes.

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