ChoraChori is delighted to announce that contemporary circus show “As a Tiger in the Jungle” will be touring England and Wales between 1st April and 30th June 2019.

CHORACHORI Ambassador, AMRITA ACHARIA

Ambassador Support

Amrita Acharia is a British actress of Nepalese–Ukrainian heritage. She is best known for her roles as ‘Irri’ in the HBO series Game of Thrones and as ‘Dr. Ruby Walker’ in the ITV series The Good Karma Hospital. Amrita is proud to be an Ambassador for ChoraChori.

AS A TIGER IN THE JUNGLE

ChoraChori is delighted to announce that contemporary circus show “As a Tiger in the Jungle” will be touring England and Wales between 1st April and 30th June 2019. Presented by Cirkus Xanti and Ali Williams Productions, two of the performers – Aman and Renu – are Nepalese child trafficking survivors. As young adults they can now share their personal story of stolen childhoods through circus skills, dance and theatre. Watch the film to preview this very poignant and dramatic performance.

To find out more about the tour and see the performance dates and venues, follow this link. You can view the performance programme here.

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The tour is helping us raise funds towards our vital and unique work in Nepal. We rescue trafficked and displaced Nepalese children from India, child rape victims from Nepal itself and provide rehabilitation, education and training at our centre in Kathmandu. We bring child abusers to justice. For full details of our work see this link. Please make a donation using the button below (even if you can’t attend one of the shows!).

OUR WORK

Child Rape

The impact of child rape on one family in Nepal

Your Support

Caroline Milne, ChoraChori's British volunteer in Nepal, explains why your support is so important

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Social updates from our volunteer Caroline Milne in Nepal

ABOUT CHORACHORI

ChoraChori’s Mission is to rescue Nepalese children from abusive situations in Nepal and India, manage their trauma and reintegrate them with their families and communities. Where this is not possible, we provide for children’s care, education and training until they can look after themselves as young adults. We bring child abusers to justice.

Since August 2015 we have rescued and repatriated 147 displaced Nepalese children from India, reuniting almost all of them with their families. This year we have extended our programme to support child rape victims in Nepal where the incidence of reported rape has quadrupled in the past ten years. This has involved offering an innovative approach to trauma management called Theraplay and legal support in prosecuting rapists. To find out more see this recent press article and our Big Give project outline here.

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