Every year, thousands of children, women and men fall into the hands of traffickers, lured by fake promises and deceit.
Human Trafficking has become a global multi-billion-dollar enterprise affecting nearly every country in the world.
Today, there are an estimate 21 million people around the world, whose liberty, dignity and essential human rights have been stolen from them, and instead are coerced into sexual exploitation, forced labour, domestic servitude, forced begging and stealing, and even compelled to “sell” skin and organs.
But, we can change that. Together.
Your gift will provide survivors of this crime with necessary protection and assistance during the most crucial time, after they have been identified and rescued.
Your support will go to the provision of necessary assistance, such as:
a safe place where they can recover
appropriate treatment for physical and mental abuse
assistance with securing their legal status and being repatriated or reunited with family
legal support and advice on their rights
basic health and education
compassionate support in a caring environment.
Unite with us to end human trafficking, and restore freedom, hope and human dignity to countless lives!
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Your support will allow us to ENSURE that the UN Trust Fund for Victims of Human Trafficking can continue to provide direct protection and assistance to victims of trafficking worldwide next year.
The United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (UNVTF) was created in 2010 by the UN Member States as an integral component of a global effort to address human trafficking. The UNVTF supports local non-governmental organizations around the world with grants providing direct assistance to the most vulnerable, identified victims of human trafficking. The UNVTF is managed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. It has so far provided USD 2 million to 34 NGO projects in 30 countries, assisting an average of 2,500 victims per year. For more information please visit www.unodc.org/humantraffickingfund