holistic restoration for young girls
rescued from human trafficking
and sexual abuse
During such an uncertain time in India, we've experienced a true blessing of being given the opportunity to purchase 2 cows and the necessary garden supplies required for 20 raised garden beds for our girls and staff in India. Not only will these purchases provide our girls with invaluable agriculture skills, but also food security for all who live at the facility.
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After drug dealing, Trafficking in Persons (TIP) is tied with the illegal arms industry as the second largest criminal industry in the world, and it is the fastest growing.1
- U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
- Justice For Women
- Dynamics of Trafficking of Women & Children in South Asia, Asia Development Bank, 2003.
- India Human Rights Report, submitted to Congress by the U.S. Secretary of State
- National Human Rights Commission, UNIFEM.
- Human Trafficking in India, Stanford University, March 12, 2010
- 2014 – Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report (excerpt)
- Full TIP report and accompanying documents
There is a critical need for high quality after-care services for women who are rescued from the sex trade. Existing governmental programs are generally overburdened and/or poorly resourced.⁶
We have established a state-of the-art after-care facility located in the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh.