A place to call home

By Project Didi Australia

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Provide a family to vulnerable girls in Nepal.

Our family care gives girls, who have survived trafficking and violence, the chance to grow up with a caring mother and a community of sisters in a place they can call home.

Our crowdfunding ends TODAY!

Donate, share & win a weekend escape in this tiny home!

Your chance to win in just two tiny steps!

  • Donate $10 or more. 
  • Share on your socials. Share our campaign & make sure to tag us on Facebook or Twitter.

Find out more about the beautiful Tallarook Tiny Home, set amongst the breathtaking bushland on the Clyde River NSW.

Meet Binsa's family.  

This is Binsa* and her girls from Kathmandu, Nepal. The youngest is 9 years and the oldest is 16 years. Last Mother’s Day the girls surprised their mum by hiding little notes all over the house with what they loved about her - in places like the rice cooker!

What you can't see from the outside is that Binsa’s home provides a family for girls who have survived trafficking and abuse. 

Binsa's home helps girls get back on their feet. When they are most vulnerable, they have a caring family to give them the best opportunity at a meaningful future.

*Name changed to protect privacy.

We need your help to provide a home for survivors. 

Families are costly. We know you know that. We need your help to continue supporting Binsa’s family - all the care, details and attention families need. 

Your donation provides:

  • Rent for the home
  • Schooling for 6 girls
  • An allowance for Binsa
  • Individual and family counselling
  • A designated social worker for the family
  • Healthcare & regular home visits from a nurse
  • Career coaching and life skills programs for 6 girls
  • Social activities - futsal, circus workshops, dance and music classes!
  • Birthday and cultural celebrations

Our dream? 

We dream about independence and self-sufficiency for the women and girls we work with.

We recognise that long-term funding can create dependency, so we’re working with our local partner on skill development and income generation opportunities.

Hello! We're Project Didi!

We're a small not-for-profit, registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission, committed to restoring hope, dignity and independence to women and girls exposed to trafficking and abuse. 

Over the past four years we have provided family based care through our local partner in Kathmandu, we have seen girls rebuild their lives, finish their schooling, go onto study nursing and paralegal studies, find employment and set up their own businesses.

Find out more about our work.

A BIG thank you to our supporters!

Providing family based care for survivors of trafficking and abuse in Nepal would not be possible without our stellar supporters.

We hugely appreciate their generosity in contributions, advice, creativity and awareness raising. They are a bunch of brilliant people doing good, so please check them out! 

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Team Members

Clare Bartram

Sabine Keller