Humanitarian Scholarships The Embracing Project offers youth who have experienced great violence in the United States the opportunity to Travel abroad to participate in humanitarian work. Currently, The Embracing Project offers Las Vegas youth the chance to earn scholarships to be a … Continue reading →
Victims of Sex Trafficking Commercial sexual exploitation of children or sex trafficking, is a horrendous and rampant problem all over the world. Children, some of whom have barely reached adolescence, are being coerced and physically forced into performing sex acts for the profit and satisfaction … Continue reading →
Temas Orphanage The Liberian civil war has been classified as one of the most brutal civil wars in the history of West Africa. Started in 1989 and officially ended in 2003. The civil war left the county with 85% of its work … Continue reading →
Gangs & Genocide The United States is in jeopardy of losing an entire generation of children because of gang violence. Our children are killing each other. Currently, our kids are fighting different ethnic groups, races, colours, cultures, and neighborhoods. Everyday children between 8 … Continue reading →
The Mission of The Embracing Project is to promote Peace and Global Consciousness through the development of programs that enrich the lives of children, youth, and families around the world.
The Embracing Project (TEP) is a non-profit organization formed in 2007 to help build unity among young people from around the world who have suffered from violence, using their experiences as a way to heal each other. We provide our youth with the tools to understand that every person in the world is equal, regardless of their race, ethnicity, color, neighborhood, faith, culture, gender, or sexual orientation. Our two main areas are serving survivors of sex trafficking and youth involve in gangs to teach them the similarities between gangs and genocide. We provide opportunities for both groups to be in service and participate in humanitarian projects that TEP has in Liberia.
Empower At-Risk Girls as Community Peacebuilders
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Special Guests at The Center 4 Peace
Khen Rinpoche with some of the girls from the Center 4 Peace
Ann-Marie, a humanitarian from Sierra Leone, with Esther Brown
The Embracing Project Founders
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