Like so many young girls, a relative promised Flower a good education in the city.
The only work she could find was at a bar. The pay was not enough and she was pressured into prostitution. She became sick and unable to work or care for herself.
Then she found hope at 10,000 Lights Womens' Centre Empowerment Program.
We're shining a light, At the 10000 Lights Women's Centre - where survivors are given a scholarship to our holistic program for healing, vocational training, life skills and career readiness.
Will you be a "brighter light" and help us KEEP THE LIGHTS and together we can EMPOWER more survivors?
"During my time at 10,000 Lights Women's Centre, I was counseled and showed unconditional love, which gave me new hope."
Hope transformed her life through healing and learning valuable job skills to build a career.
See how Hope is paying it forward!
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