Human trafficking is the illegal activity of exploitation of human beings for the purposes of labor, mental, reproductive slavery, sexual exploitation,, forced labor, organ harvesting, or any modern form of slavery against the will and well-being of the human being. Much of human trafficking is done for commercial purposes and in hiding.
HOW DOES THIS INSTITUTION WORK?
We support and serve girls, boys and teenagers who are victims of human trafficking. We provide them with shelter, food, education, psychological and psychiatric therapies, legal assistance, clothing, cultural and recreational activities.
We encourage them to continue their preparation and full reintegration into society until they can develop their own wings to fly.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Help us provide education and support for a child in a shelter.
Learning and sharing information with others about what human trafficking is, how to prevent it, and how to report this crime is another way to help.
You can make your complaint anonymously by phone
or on the following website.
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