42 girls rescued and on paths to freedom


Forty-two girls, ages 15 to 17, have enrolled in our community care program in an undisclosed country after we rescued them.

Most survivors were selling themselves to contribute to their family income or support their personal needs. Nine of the children were the main breadwinners for their families.

We will distribute food packs monthly to survivors and their families as a part of our program. The food helps alleviate the financial pressure that initially drove them into exploitation.

In addition to food packs, the children will receive monthly health checks, access to vocational training, such as tailoring classes, and assistance from a caseworker as they follow their freedom plan.

Rescue Update Archive

9 Rescued from Sex Trafficking in Asia


Nine survivors are no longer being exploited after bravely accepting our offer of freedom.

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Two of the survivors, both 18, chose to join their 17-year-old friend when we offered to usher her out of exploitation in a bar. All the survivors have been enrolled in Freedom Plans.

Four entered Residential Care, where they stay in our homes and five entered Community Care, where they stay with family or guardians while both groups attend our programming. For a better understanding of how Freedom Plans work, learn more here.

5 Kids Rescued in Southeast Asia


Five girls between the ages of 14 and 16 were rescued in collaboration with law enforcement.

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3 Rescued from Labor Trafficking in Asia


Three young men are now free from harsh forced labor.

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Three young men were victims of a growing international trend in labor trafficking: they were forced to work in abysmal conditions in call centers, before our agents found and rescued them. Each has been safely returned to his home country.

Learn more about this dark and growing form of labor trafficking.

9 Children Rescued in Kenya


Nine children no longer face sex trafficking and exploitation in Kenya.

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The rescued children include eight girls between 14 and 17 years old and one 12-year-old boy. The kids, all enrolled in Freedom Plans, are working with our compassionate team to forge new, stable lives free of exploitation. To hear from a survivor in Kenya, click here.

6 Former Victims Begin New Lives


Five children and one 18-year-old were rescued from sex trafficking in Cambodia.

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