RSVP helps women exit the sex trade
Alison Fenning pioneered RSVP's Freedom Project several years ago. Through a local church on the ground in Rwanda, RSVP mentors and trains groups of women involved in prostitution in dressmaking.
This provides the women with an alternate way of earning money and to also avoid the dangers and abuses they risk as sex workers.
The course is carried out over 12 months and, on completing the course, each woman is given a sewing machine of their own to enable them to start a new business.
Each woman on the course costs RSVP Trust £72 for the year (or £6 per month).
Each sewing machine given at graduation costs RSVP Trust £95.
How you can help women escape the sex trade
A single donation of £6 will pay for a woman on the course for a month.
A single donation of £72 will sponsor a woman for the full 12 month course.
A regular donation of £6 per month will sponsor a woman right through the course each year.
A single donation of £95 will provide a woman graduating the course with her own sewing machine.