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Nonprofit hopes to build safe haven for teen girls

  • FL Morris
    Prostitutes work openly along Kuhio and Kaiulani Avenues.
  • COURTESY HO`OLA NA PUA
    Ho‘ola na Pua, a new tax-exempt charity, plans to open a therapeutic home for girls rescued from sex trafficking in Hawaii. The 12-acre property on the North Shore will be a long-term residence for up to 32 girls. Among the features will be a breakfast cafe to help girls learn job skills. Classes in food preparation will also be offered.
  • COURTESY HO`OLA NA PUA
    Ho‘ola na Pua, a new tax-exempt charity, plans to open a therapeutic home for girls rescued from sex trafficking in Hawaii. The 12-acre property on the North Shore will be a long-term residence for up to 32 girls. Among the features will be a breakfast cafe to help girls learn job skills. Classes in food preparation will also be offered.
  • COURTESY HO`OLA NA PUA
    Ho‘ola na Pua, a new tax-exempt charity, plans to open a therapeutic home for girls rescued from sex trafficking in Hawaii. The 12-acre property on the North Shore will be a long-term residence for up to 32 girls. Among the features will be a breakfast cafe to help girls learn job skills. Classes in food preparation will also be offered.

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