Being trafficked often isn’t the first abuse experienced.  70-90% of survivors of sex trafficking say they were sexually abused in childhood and this was a major factor in their decision to leave home. (Stats: Global Slavery Index & UN Global Report on HT 2016)

SLAVE COUNT

40.3M

SEX SLAVES

54%

FEMALE

93%

CHILDREN

50%

OFFER THEM A FUTURE WITH OPTIONS

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Passionate about:

 prevention!

FIND THE PUSH AND PULL FACTORS. FIND WHAT FUELS THEM. SHUT OFF THE SUPPLY.

An over-sexualized, consumer-driven society will create over-sexualized, consumer-driven children who are vulnerable to the likes of sex traffickers.

H.A. Smith -- survivor

STRATEGIES

We ask ourselves:  Which of these push/pull factors is closest to us?  Who is most affected by these factors?  What can we do…

As of today, working in six countries of Latin America

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