Ms. Baek remembers the tears and screamsof her mother being beaten by her step father. The terror and fear, and desperation to help, were overwhelming. She had lost her father at age 4, and a fewyears later her mother remarried - andnow this.
What could she do? She felt China was the answer - somehow shewould get money to save her mother’s life! And so she jumped off the bridge into the Aprok River - and was capturedby human traffickers.
Now she endured what her mother hadendured - beatings and rage. Her Chineseslave owner would not stop, even though she was pregnant with his child. She remembers the intense hunger she had foran apple or an egg, as she carried this baby; of course she got neither one.
She was able somehow to deliver the baby,but life would just get harder. In 2016,the owner (who was a raging drunken man) strangled her almost to the point ofdeath.
She decided to escape no matter what.
At age 26, Ms. Baek found NAUH. She is hoping to come to South Korea, getcitizenship, and learn a trade. Shewould like to study make up and hair, and create a life for herself that wouldbe free of brutal beatings, rage, and fear.
This hope is possible because of kind andgenerous contributions.
Please join us in savingone life at a time.
Weat NAUH desire to rescue every person who appeals to us for help,
butthere are times when we must turn people down because of lack of funding.
It costs about $2000 USD to save onerefugee life.
(Our priority is orphans, women, and men -in that order.)
Because of your contributions, we are saving one life at atime;
NAUH has partnered with you so far to give freedom to 355 lives.