Newest pilot project celebrates its first 5 rescues!


Four children, ages 13-16, have been rescued from sexual exploitation and abuse in our newest project in Africa. The seven-year-old sibling of one survivor was rescued preemptively.

All five children have joined our community care program. They will receive individualized freedom plans, health checks and counseling as they begin their path to freedom.

New projects start in a pilot phase, allowing us to take the first steps of rescue, learn more about the dynamics of sexual exploitation in the region and adapt our programs to the specific needs of survivors.

This new project is located on the edge of a slum in a large city and is staffed by local professionals ready to find and rescue children from the darkest of circumstances. We are incredibly honored to be able to rescue children in this new region and continue alongside them on their journey to stay free over the next months.

Rescue Update Archive

12 Rescued from Sexual Exploitation in Kenya


Twelve girls between 7 and 17 years old bravely accepted freedom.

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Nine of the girls were rescued from child sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, including a 13-year-old who was trapped in a forced child marriage. The three youngest girls were rescued from situations that exposed them to the sex industry, putting them at imminent risk of sexual exploitation.

All twelve children have begun their new lives by enrolling in Freedom Plans. Learn more about economic empowerment changing lives.

7 Girls Rescued in Cambodia


Seven girls were rescued from sexual exploitation and trafficking.

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The girls, who were all between 13 and 16 years old, have all enrolled in Freedom Plans to help them stay free. To read the story of one Cambodian survivor who became a RESCUER, check out our blog.

6-year-old Rescued from Online Sexual Exploitation


A 6-year-old girl was rescued from online sexual exploitation in the Philippines.

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The child, along with an 8-year-old who was at risk of exploitation, was placed into the care of local child welfare services to begin her healing journey. An at-risk adult was also rescued and returned home. The perpetrator of this horrible crime was arrested. Look for the full story coming soon on our blog.

The online sexual exploitation of children (OSEC) is a growing global problem. To learn more about the issue, read up here.

9 Girls Rescued in the Dominican Republic


Nine girls between 10 and 16 years are now safe from their abusers.

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The children were rescued in nine separate cases of criminal sexual abuse. Our agents aided law enforcement by conducting surveillance and interviews and by aiding in the actual raids.

All nine abusers were arrested and the girls have been returned home.

116 People Rescued All Along Nepal’s Border


116 people were rescued over the course of a few weeks.

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Agents at multiple border checkpoints across several districts contributed to these rescues. Our border agents stopped the survivors, who included three mothers travelling with their young children, before traffickers could smuggle them across the border. To learn about what might’ve awaited them on the other side, check out our blog.