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Tiny Hands International

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    December 2, 2015
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Tiny Hands International is a nonprofit based in Nebraska but reaching as far as Nepal, Bangladesh, and India.  It works with children in impoverished parts of the world and aims to fight human trafficking…

It has some unique programs, like one that helps children who survive natural disasters.  Drug abuse is high among orphaned and abandoned children and that in turn can lead to disease and violence and trafficking.  Tiny Hands International operates a dozen homes for children throughout Southeast Asia. By interviewing survivors, they collect data and analyse the results.


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