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Technology to End Human Trafficking

Technology to End Human Trafficking

Raksha Nepal has been working continuously since 12 years to end sexual violence, rape and forced prostitution against children, girls and women. It has also become essential to be conscious about and work along with the latest technology which in turn saves time and also helps to deliver services to the beneficiaries promptly.

There was two and half day long training program in Kalimati Kathmandu on Technology to End Human Trafficking. The program was organized by Effect Hackathon. During the 54 hours, international experts from Google team and Salesforce.com worked collaboratively to solve the technological problems of two non-profit organizations: Raksha Nepal and CWIN.

The international experts from Google and Salesforce worked collaboratively in designing new software programs to solve different technological problems of two organizations. It is hoped that the training program will be useful in reducing paper work and managing files and documents.

Raksha Nepal wants to thank all the international experts from Google and Sales force for their hard work and support. Finally, special thanks to Dear Mr. Casey Allred and Ms Sandy Singh for organizing such a wonderful and useful program. It was really inspiring. Thank you to all the participants, partners and organizer of the program. In future, we also expect for such useful program from Effect Hackathon, Google team and the Sales force.


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