Rambho was tricked into slavery after his father died. He worked 16 hours a day weaving carpets. When his fingers bled, the slave owner dipped them in oil and lit them on fire. That was before the raid that changed Rambho’s life forever.
Rambho and 10 other boys were rescued by Bal Vikas Ashram run by the Diocesan Development and Welfare Society (DDWS) in Uttar Pradesh, northern India—a grassroots organization that not only frees children from slavery, but houses them for six months as they recover from years read more >