Sujata Uraw, aged 19 hails from the eastern part of Nepal. Her parents migrated to Kathmandu valley when she wasn't even born. She was born in Kathmandu Valley but her father abandoned them when she was very young. Her mother was unable to bring her up as a single mother, therefore, she had to send her only daughter to various homes and hostels, where she was brought up by the aid of various sponsors of kindhearted people. She has completed her high school now and ready to shape her career. She is passionate about journalism and advocacy and has a heart for helping people facing injustice in the society. She has recently joined Higher Ground family as an intern in February 2018. She has developed a new sense of independence after working at Higher Ground as she is able to support herself in pursuing higher studies with her newly learned skills of crafting and designing. She is happy with her achievements and hopeful for her future.
Hand-made with care and love from the women of Higher Ground Crafts
The handmade necklace is made up of crystals and brass balls. This design is impressed by the Boho Style. This necklace is suitable to wear with a casual dress. Women with an allergic reaction to metal should consider an alternative necklace.
Higher Ground Crafts is a social enterprise established with a vision to rescue ‘at-risk’ women and youth who are economically marginalized, vulnerable, and prone to trafficking. We do this by providing redemptive employment opportunities, and marketable skills through our non-profit wing, Higher Ground Community Development Nepal.
Higher Ground Crafts, being self-sustaining through its business operation, pours out its financial resources to our non-profit wing. Through this non-profit, we advocate for individuals, promote awareness of human rights issues, and give training about health, parenting and life skills. We also provide scholarships for at-risk youth, counseling for abuse, trafficking, and trauma victims. We also have a safe home for women and families struggling with being widowed, transitioning and of abusive or vulnerable situations.
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