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Sisters Exit the Sex Trade, Turn Back to Save Others


After months of hard work, Sophea was finally free from exploitation. But that wasn’t enough: her little sister still faced abusers every night in the bar.

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“I’m here for you. You just don’t know it yet.” – The Heart of a Burn Agent

Volunteering to be a burn agent requires taking on the persona of a predator. It's challenging and uncomfortable work, but for agent Bortz, it's a small price to pay to bring exploited children to freedom.

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Operation Cattleya: Over 70 rescued in the Dominican Republic


Sometimes you have to pretend to be the bad guy to save them.

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A Way Out

In the blink of an eye, Edith’s life changed. Without income for daily necessities, she was desperate to provide for her family. A classmate suggested an unthinkable solution to Edith, but she saw no way out.

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“She Didn’t Want to be There”: The Girl in Gold


The story of a daring raid through the eyes of a Rescue Agent

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The Four Percent

While rescue after traffickers have crossed the border with their victims is difficult and extremely rare, these cases–four percent of our rescues in Nepal–reveal the heartbreaking realities awaiting those being lured out of the country.

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Join the movement to end violence against women and girls


The path to eliminating violence against women has not been an easy one, but we won't stop freeing women and children from the darkness of sexual exploitation and fighting for the equality of all.

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She Changed Her Name to Victory

Namazzi's life was bleak and she thought it could never change. Little did she know the amazing transformation that awaited her on her path to freedom.

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Learning from a survivor: Fiona’s Freedom


Part 2 of Fiona's incredible journey from the despair of sexual exploitation in Uganda to a new life of hope

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Listening to a survivor: Fiona’s story

Fiona shares her journey of discovering she was no longer alone.

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