ChoraChori has risen to the challenge of preventing starvation of vulnerable people in Nepal during lockdown. Click on this image to read our report on lockdown food relief in Nepal. Compliments to our project partners, ChoraChori-Nepal and Mithila Wildlife Trust, on their remarkable achievements and huge thanks to our ever-generous supporters!
Through its advanced vocational training programme, ChoraChori offers second career opportunities. In my memoir, Gates of Bronze, I described how - bizarrely - we set up a contemporary circus group for young people whom my then charity had rescued from slavery inside Indian circuses. Many children had been lured into this miserable existence by traffickers
Chora Chori serves to rescue children from trafficking and abusive situations, reintegrate back into society and provide rehabilitation. The extent of our work is beyond just simple tasks, and wouldn’t be possible without our ever committed team from Chora Chori Nepal (CCN). This month, CCN welcomed two team members into Chora Chori for its capacity
ChoraChori can reflect upon a very, very positive first half of 2019 with remarkable progress in both the UK and Nepal. Here is our update report that provides an excellent overview of our work and achievements at home and in Nepal. We have made a lasting difference to the lives of children and young people
Finding a way ahead for ChoraChori's kids in Nepal Uday and Ramesh with ChoraChori staff member Sujit (centre) on their first day at a vocational training school in Nepal Since August 2015 ChoraChori has rescued 105 trafficked and displaced Nepali children from India. We have reunited over 80% of these with their families.
ChoraChori rescues former street kid with a story to tell This is the story of Ramesh, a former street kid in both Nepal and India. ChoraChori rescued him in March this year after Ramesh completed a tough journey, both literally and metaphorically. Gulmi District Son of The Thief Ramesh was born 17 years