Every month, our inboxes are filled with stories of restoration and recovery. They provide us with immeasurable hope and a renewed resolve to continue fighting for justice.
Reintegration is a key component of our aftercare and another step a girl takes in her journey towards restoration and recovery. Joining a safe community, whether it's with family or independently, is a big part of the process and a step we're always excited to see survivors take.
In the last month, our Round Home has been a hub of some extraordinary stories expressing the kind of reintegration that strengthens and encourages us:
Sharon and her husband are growing sweet corn, tomatoes, string beans, and other crops in a small farm owned by her father-in-law.
Michelle has started helping her mother-in-law sell vegetables at the local market.
Heather was provided financial assistance when her baby boy suffered from fever.
Heather went on to say that she and her husband have changed and that she cannot express how thankful she is for her new life:
"Our lives have changed because of Love146. When we were in the street, we starved and we spent whatever money we had extravagantly. We even got sick and we received no medical assistance from anyone. Now, we are all healthy. We can eat well and we are brought to the doctor as often as needed. Thank you very much for your unwavering support."
We would not be able to walk with these girls as they become reintegrated back into local communities or with their families without you.
Heather's sentiment deserves repeating:
"Thank you very much for your unwavering support."
Give monthly and help girls like Sharon, Michelle and Heather continue to experience hope, healing and freedom.