ChoraChori rescues displaced and trafficked Nepalese children from India. We return them to Nepal and ideally, reunites them with their parents with all haste.

Empowering Liza

ChoraChori has empowered 17 year old Liza from Dhanusha District, southeast Nepal, into taking action against those who gang-raped her. When Liza (name changed) first came to ChoraChori's Children's Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre (CRRC) in June this year she was profoundly traumatised, withdrawn and suffering from panic attacks. For she had just been the victim

Final words on “As a Tiger in the Jungle” – and the future challenge for ChoraChori

Between April and June 2019, contemporary circus show "As a Tiger in the Jungle" enjoyed a hugely successful tour of top venues across England and Wales, including the Glastonbury Festival. Nepalese performers Aman and Renu have now returned to Nepal but leave behind a powerful legacy of memorable performances and poignant messages. Through "As a

Supporting Bibash

Regular readers may recognise the title picture as it shows a group of 29 boys whom ChoraChori rescued from Delhi in December 2015. All have now returned to their families or been moved on into work, but we continue to support them after repatriation. Children like Bibash. Bibash was born in a village in Kanchanpur

The Aishworya “Children’s Home”

Late yesterday, ChoraChori-Nepal took a call from Nepal's Central Child Welfare Board (CCWB) asking for support in its raid and rescue operation on the Aishworya "Children's Home" in Kathmandu. This is a developing story, but it seems that the authorities were notified following a complaint from a foreigner about neglected and unsupervised children at the

Siblings reunited!

ChoraChori reunites displaced Nepali children with their families, but for once they have also reunited runaway siblings. In an earlier post we told how in late April the ChoraChori rescue team had repatriated 11 Nepali children from shelters at Muzzafarpur, Bihar, north India. On that particular operation we had hoped to rescue a further six