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Human trafficking affects every part of an individual’s life. Victims have their freedom, self-worth, dignity and hope for the future taken from them.

It’s vital that we work to both prevent this crime and help survivors find healing so they can rebuild their lives.


Victims of trafficking are lured or coerced under false pretenses, such as promises of improved opportunities, education, higher-paying jobs or even intangible needs like love and acceptance. Ultimately, traffickers prey upon the vulnerability of individuals, taking advantage of their trust.

Human trafficking involves the exploitation and abuse of individuals for monetary gain. 

Human trafficking occurs when individuals are coerced or compelled to work or engage in activities against their will. They may be lured, forcibly taken or manipulated into situations where they feel trapped. This can include being exploited for work without receiving proper compensation or being coerced into the sex trade.


Victims may find themselves under the control of another individual, regardless of whether they are physically moved to a different location or not. This control can involve restrictions on their freedom, manipulation, and coercion, exerting power over their lives and decisions.


Victims find themselves trapped, either physically and/or psychologically, experiencing various forms of exploitation, such as forced labour or sexual slavery. They suffer from unspeakable abuse and are coerced into complying with their exploiter, resulting in a profound loss of personal freedom and dignity.

You can help stop the cycle.

Your generosity can fund prevention programs in Canada, Nepal and Cambodia that protect individuals from exploitation before it even begins. Equally important, your support can provide survivors in Nepal and Cambodia with safe spaces and opportunities to heal from trauma and rebuild their lives. 


Education and awareness about the warning signs and brutal realities of human trafficking are vital to prevention. Though trafficking can look different in different countries, one thing remains the same: traffickers always prey on vulnerability. We work to prevent child exploitation through developing educational resources, giving awareness presentations and supporting at-risk communities with basic needs.


Victims are typically able to exit trafficking through collaborative efforts involving local government agencies, nationally-led organizations and NGOs. In cases where individuals have been taken from their home country, efforts are made to repatriate victims—with the hope of securing long-term care and restoration.


Our aftercare programs focus on supporting child survivors in their healing and rebuilding journey. Recovery for children takes time, typically up to 10 years. Our dedicated local partner teams provide vital services such as education, safe housing, counseling, and long-term support during this crucial period.


When young adults are ready to build an independent future, we walk with them, sponsoring transitional housing costs, vocational training and university tuition. Alongside our dedicated local partners, we’re empowering survivors to write new stories.








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Though trafficking can look different in different countries, one thing remains the same: traffickers always prey on vulnerability.

The more children, youth and parents understand how trafficking takes place, the better chance we have of stopping trafficking before it even happens.

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