Ararat Safe Harbor
The word “Ararat” is cited four times in the Bible.
The most famous biblical passage involving Ararat is found in the book Genesis and involves the Flood descriptions that hist Earth during Noah’s time.
According to the biblical text (Gen. 8:4), it was in the mountains of Ararat where Noah’s Ark rested after the waters of the Flood subsided, and then, there, humanity started a new beginning.
In the same way, Ararat Safe Harbor – A New Beginning arrives here, bringing a new start for so many stories.
“And on the seventeenth day of the seventh month, the ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat.” Genesis 8:4 NIV
8 Then he sent out a dove to see if the water had receded from the surface of the ground.
9 But the dove could find nowhere to perch because there was water over all the surface of the earth; so it returned to Noah in the ark. He reached out his hand and took the dove and brought it back to himself in the ark.
10 He waited seven more days and again sent out the dove from the ark.
11 When the dove returned to him in the evening, there in its beak was a freshly plucked olive leaf! Then Noah knew that the water had receded from the earth. Gênesis 8:8-11
Our mission to bring to women, children, and adolescents, who are victims of sexual abuse and exploitation, domestic violence, and human trafficking a new beginning in their lives.
Far beyond a standard shelter, Ararat Safe Harbor – A New Beginning, arrived with a new proposal, a new purpose.
It is to promote safety and protection and bring a haven, psychological, professional, and social referral, and above all, a new Beginning in Life for those who have already suffered so much.
The implementation of Ararat Safe Harbor, a shelter for women and children victims of human trafficking violence, domestic violence and sexual abuse and exploitation of children, whose proposals are:
To protect women, children, and adolescents and prevent the continuation of situations of domestic violence and human trafficking;
To provide an environment of physical and emotional safety while strengthening the victim’s self-esteem;
To identify situations of violence, concealed or reported, and their causes to fully expand the concept of sheltering women and children;
To enable them to build personal projects aimed at overcoming the cycle of violence;
To provide them with the development of skills and opportunities to develop their personal and social autonomy;
To promote the access to a professional qualification and requalification network aimed towards productive inclusion;
To propose a new model of shelter that changes the standard of institutional shelters in the city, in the State and in the Country;