Sameeksha was sold by her family into a life of sexual slavery out of a desperate attempt to feed the rest of the family. When she was rescued during a government raid, Sameeksha was rejected by her family and four different organizations who were unable to treat her medical needs.
In desperate need of emotional and physical healing, Sameeksha came to one of Project Rescue’s affiliated aftercare homes. One night, she prayed, “Jesus, if you’re really there, please reveal yourself to me.” In that moment, a man dressed in white came to her bedside and talked to her in a comforting and loving voice, assuring her that her life had a purpose. Sameeksha knew that Jesus Himself had appeared to her.
Sameeksha now wants to rescue and restore others like herself who have endured rejection and exploitation. Once a small-framed, delicate and undernourished girl, Sameeksha has grown into a strong young woman, full of joy, grace, and God’s love.
Last year, Project Rescue touched the lives of over 32,000 women and children who have been affected by sexual slavery. Find out how you can be a part of bringing healing and restoration to women and children like Sameeksha.