13-year-old boy rescued from labor trafficking


A boy, 13, has been rescued from labor trafficking and reunited with his family in Nepal!

When he was 12, Madir was trafficked from Nepal by a man he met at his village. After being made aware of his case, our agents located where he was being forced to work and coordinated his rescue with authorities.

After the rescue, our team arranged shelter for him in a nearby safe home while they organized his travel home. The trip required extensive documentation including a signed letter from the Nepal embassy. Once each document was in order, he was brought back to Nepal and home to his family.

His name has been changed to protect his identity. Photo is representational

Rescue Update Archive

46 rescues across three countries


Operations in Nepal, Thailand and the Dominican Republic brought freedom to 46 people.

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In Nepal, our operations rescued 38 people including a mother and her 3- and 6-year-old daughters.

Three boys were rescued from labor trafficking in Thailand and their traffickers were arrested.

Two operations in the Dominican Republic rescued five teenagers, ages 13-19, and facilitated the arrest of four individuals responsible for their exploitation.

17-year-old girl rescued – Full story


Thanks to the creative efforts of our rescue agents in an undisclosed country, 17-year-old Sonali is now free! See the full story for details of her rescue!

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33 free in Nepal


Border agents intercepted 32 girls and women at the border and a 16-year-old missing girl was found.

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At the border, 32 women and girls were rescued as traffickers attempted to lure them out of the country. This included a mother and her two-year-old daughter as well as a group of five friends. Almost half of those rescued had met their trafficker on social media.

The father of a missing 16-year-old girl fought tirelessly to find her and bring her home, informing both the police and our agents of her case. Working with local law enforcement our agents helped locate and rescue her. She is staying in one of our transitional shelters while the investigation against her abuser is underway.

28 girls rescued from sexual exploitation


Twenty-eight girls, ages nine to 17, have accepted our offer of freedom and joined our community care program in an undisclosed country.

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They are all from families struggling to survive in poverty. Many, including a 10 and two 12-year-olds, were being abused in exchange for food or money for necessities.

Through our method of interventional rescue, our rescue agents learned of each girl’s situation and coordinated with their families to secure a safe path forward for them.

The survivors will now have the opportunity to pursue an education or vocational training as our caseworkers and health workers journey alongside each girl and their families.

Four girls rescued in undisclosed country


Four girls, ages 14 to 17, have been rescued from sexual exploitation in an undisclosed country in southeast Asia.

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L. was lured with the promise of a job then sold into sexual exploitation. Her parents contacted our agents for help after she went missing.
S. was deceived online and then sold to men at motels.
J. was seduced by men via social media then transported to many locations where she was abused and denied contact with her family.
U. had run away from home and was targeted by a trafficker who abused her and sold her to others.

Agents rescued each girl and reunited each one with her family.

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