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A Christian approach to gender equality, social injustice and issues such as human trafficking
A sewing machine affords young women to earn an income at home and gives the ability to resist practices such as human trafficking. Missionary families and members of the church earn a living through this mission. Ordinary people become influential displays of the Gospel.
Financial conditions of her family forced Roopa to discontinue school. Like many others in her situation, her beauty became her enemy. She was a target for human traffickers
When in system, the rich grew wealthier and the poor is exploited, opportunity for a worthy life becomes rare.
A sewing machine equips a less fortunate youth with the tool to make a living and to praise God through occupation. Social injustices are solved right where it begins when potential victims are empowered with tools and the Gospel.
The sewing machine program is a Christian approach to practices such as human trafficking, addressing the problem where it begins. Many sewing machine recipients lead or host prayer groups and home churches.
Cost of a sewing machine $95