Since 2014, Kensington has partnered with Ramesh Sapkota who is working with at-risk girls in Nepal through a Community, Health, Education, Livelihood, Improvement program. The program provides community-based projects (clean water, agriculture, latrines, etc.) that will help eliminate social or physical risks for girls and their families. The girls receive anti-trafficking training, counseling, job skills training, medical care, education, and are given a message of hope. These young women are bringing the same message of hope to other women and girls in their communities through training and taking lead roles in the community-based projects.