At Risk, Rescued and Sheltered

February 06, 2014 Photo Gallery 
Child Labor, Sex Trafficking, Awareness, Aftercare, Rescue

Rescue is only the first step in the long road to recovery and reintegration to society. Often fearing for their lives, former slaves need safe shelter; comprehensive, specialized care; and educational opportunities and/or job skills training to ensure they complete the journey to wholeness and regain their dignity. Sadly, many victims of sexual exploitation sometimes return to the brothels or their pimps when they see no other way forward.


Topics: Child Labor, Sex Trafficking, Awareness, Aftercare, Rescue

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