Impacting the world. Together.
Returning dignity to human trafficking survivors.
Many girls and women are victimized by human trafficking bearing the brunt of political unrest, poverty and disease. We embrace these women and girls by providing shelter, food, clothing, emotional support, legal support, psychological support and spiritual support in a safe, trauma-informed home environment.
Anti-Human Trafficking Advocacy
Every girl and woman matters and has the right to live free from slavery.
In Lesotho inadequate legal protections for women and girls who are victims of gender-based violence and human trafficking have led to increased democratic conflict, decreased legal and political participation among women, and weakened democratic institutions and practices. We help educate communities about the value of women and girls.
Rescuing children to achieve their full potential.
Our Children’s Homes are safe places where orphaned and vulnerable children can truly experience the love of a family. Our children receive everything they need to grow up healthy and whole—food, clothing, medical care, education and most of all the love of a mother.
If you need help in Lesotho
call +266 6342 3361 or +266 5733 2854
Premier event venue to support vulnerable women and children.
Providing a dynamic setting for corporate and private functions including elegant weddings and banquets with proceeds going to support caring for vulnerable people in the community.
Victory Church Maseru
A local Lesotho church that believes in our community.
Victory Church Maseru was born out of a dream of a thriving Lesotho. A dream of doing more than stopping the darkness, it is a dream of shining the brightest light possible so that Lesotho can become a shining example of how to live, move, and be in the fullness of Christ.
Join us as together we restore our beautiful Lesotho.
The Beautiful Dream Blog
Beautiful Dream Society is looking for leaders in Lesotho who have a passion and vision to fight human trafficking. A board of 10 volunteer members leads our organization. We are looking for additional people to join our team of dedicated board members.
Abusers often promise jobs to young women who need work only to find that those jobs do not exist. This was a common tactic in South Africa, where Basotho women would be promised work only to be exploited on arrival. Unfortunately, this practice has grown rapidly in Lesotho in the past two years.