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Anti-Sex Trafficking Organizations and Blogs

Anti-Sex Trafficking Organizations and Blogs:

1. A21 Campaign

Focus: Rescue, Restoration

Countries: Greece, Ukraine

After extensive research, planning, fundraising, more research, relationship building, a lot of learning, and a great leap of faith, we opened our first shelter for victims of human trafficking at the end of 2008.  We are now able to provide trafficked victims a safe, loving, and comforting environment, access to medical care and psychological assessment, vocational training, assistance in university education, life guidance/counseling, and access to legal assistance. We work closely with police, hospitals and government officials, and are seeing justice being brought to new rescued victims each month.



2. Rapha House

Focus: Rescue, Restoration

Country: Cambodia

Rapha House programs exist to extend unconditional love to girls who have been rescued out of slavery and sexual exploitation.  Every member of the Rapha House staff has dedicated his or herself to seeing each child at Rapha House restored to sustainable freedom.



3. Love 146

Focus: Prevention, Rescue, Restoration

Countries: United States, United Kingdom

Love146 works toward the abolition of child sex slavery and exploitation through Prevention and Aftercare solutions while contributing to a growing abolition movement.



4. NightLight International

Focus: Restoration

Countries: Thailand, United States

NightLight’s mission is to build relationships and provide hope, intervention, rescue and assistance to women and children exploited in the sex industry by offering alternative employment, vocational opportunities, life-skills training and physical, emotional and spiritual development to women seeking freedom. NightLight builds support networks internationally to intervene and assist women, men and children whose lives are negatively impacted by the sex industry.



5. The Sold Project

Focus: Prevention

Country: Thailand

Our mission is to prevent child prostitution through culturally relevant programs for vulnerable children and to share their stories to empower creative, compassionate people to act.



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