Meet Rahab’s Rope
Rahab’s Rope is a place that provides food, shelter, and protection; a place of education and training; and a place where the whole person is ministered to spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and financially. It is a place of hope, a place of transformed lives.
Ultimately, we exist to end human trafficking and restore hope, purpose, and dignity to the lives of women and children in India. Since our founding in 2004, our immediate and most all-encompassing focus has been on the victims of sex trafficking by providing aftercare housing. Over the years, we have added a prevention program for children and teenage girls as well as direct intervention in red light areas. These projects have different objectives but are all in line with our vision and mission and the desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus in this world.
Rahab’s Rope exists to empower women and children in the fight against human trafficking in India.
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Ena is 16 years old and grew up in a loving family that included her father, mother, and grandmother. She had a dream of one day becoming a model. A young man had befriended Ena. The family told Ena not to hang out with this boy, that he was a bad person. Like most...
In India, April and May are the months that children have a school break. The new school year begins in June. This makes June an exciting time for children in our after-school programs. Every day we tutor approximately 150 children. Half our time is spent on...
One of the bravest women I know. The Director of our work in the red-light district. At the end of the day, after we walked through the red-light district with Seeta (staff name changed), we gathered back at the center. It was sweltering and the shade of the center’s...