Monthly Archives: November 2018

Success against human trafficking…is it possible?

“It all started for me when I was 12 years old.” Young lady sharing with us in Dominican Republic Children being recruited into the hands of human traffickers, it happens every day. Not just in other countries somewhere far away, … Continue reading

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You don’t want to read this story, it’s sickening

“You can have her for an hour for $125, or $250 for the night.” In order for human trafficking to thrive it needs three components: One is the supply of people including adults, youth and children Two is the demand, … Continue reading

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Human traffickers are better at seeing those without hope

Walking through the community known as Esperanza, which means hope, it was anything but a place of hope. If anything it was a place of despair, but deeply in need of hope. It is impossible to reach the community by … Continue reading

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“I never want to have a baby girl”

“I was 11 years old when I was forced out of my home by my mother” A woman who is being trafficked “My mother never wanted me and left. I was a burden to my father and stepmother. I was … Continue reading

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Human trafficking and the common denominators are…

Who are the people most often targeted and victimized by human traffickers? Girls, especially those who are living in vulnerable situations. What makes these girls most vulnerable? Lack of food, lack of opportunity for education, broken families, lack of healthy … Continue reading

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