We have used mosaic art as a powerful tool to help rehabilitate trafficking survivors.
Marrying up pieces of ceramic tiles to make beautiful pictures is a highly therapeutic and rewarding activity and in many ways a metaphor for reassembling broken lives.
Under the supervision of Western volunteer mosaic artists new trainees work in the first instance on large scale murals but with time they come to work on smaller and smaller pieces.
Programme graduates enter employment with not-for-profit company Himalayan Mosaics which sells products in Nepal and overseas.
After some time with Himalayan Mosaics, the most highly-skilled workers may progress into making silver jewellery for a number of buyers in the UK and USA.