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House of Palms Girls’ Home

House of Palms Girls’ Home

House of Palms is a girls’ home in central India. These children are part of the Banchada community, one of the poorest people groups in all of India. Considered to be one of the lowest “castes” in the traditional Indian class system, the Banchada are deprived of basic human rights, and women in the community are forced to work in the sex industry.

The girls at the home are cared for in a safe and nurturing environment, away from the negative influences in their community. Most importantly, they have the opportunity to learn more about the message of God’s love.

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