American Baptist International Ministries (ABC) has been involved in missionary work around the world for nearly two hundred years. ABC has programs in over 70 developing countries. ABC focuses on theological education, human trafficking, health, economic development, education, and peace and refuge. ABC emphasizes short-term mission trips.
Mission Trips to Stop Human Trafficking
The sex industry is an ever expanding arena for sexual exploitation. Street prostitution, off-street prostitution, sex tourism, strip clubs, lap dancing, international and domestic trafficking and pornography are some of the venues where sexual exploitation against women, children and men happen every day. We are working towards seeing an end to the sexual exploitation.
Our aim is to give people who travel on business an understanding of human trafficking and a place to report what they see, via our website. We then connect with police forces to help free exploited women and children and also work with hotels to help them achieve an environment free of child exploitation.
“The first ‘rocumentary’ film to expose the worlds 27 million most terrifying secrets.” See video’s of what goes on in the child sex slave “business”, slavery, and more. Yes, there are many in the USA. Respond!
Engage citizens against child sex tourism. Site includes links to law enforcement agencies for reporting abuse of children overseas.
Children of the Immaculate Heart (CIH) was founded to serve those who are vulnerable due to human trafficking. It seeks to reach out to woman and children directly in the trafficking industry as well as those made vulnerable in trafficking-dependent industries such as pornography, contraception, and abortion. The primary apostolate of CIH is to open […]
(CAST) Join our efforts. Trafficked people most commonly work in sweatshops, restaurants, on farms, in manufacturing, prostitution and as private domestic workers.
Operating in Thailand, Compasio uses a holistic approach to combat human trafficking. They offer a Summer Training Program for Westerners to learn alongside their Thai and Burmese staff. Visit their web site or contact them for more information about how to get involved.
Courage House Northern California is not just a structure or building, a program or approach; it is a place where hope is given, healing is offered, and lives are restored. We believe it is never too late for an individual—especially a child—to be rescued and lovingly restored to a life filled with hope, purpose, and […]
Through the staff and resources of the Daughters’ Day Centre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia victims of human trafficking are supported in their efforts to leave the sex industry. Children as young as four are sold into the sex industry in Cambodia. Perhaps one third of the girls are from other countries, mainly Vietnam.
Join us for 14 uncharted days in Thailand & Cambodia visiting our rescue and rehabilitation work of those saved from sex-trafficking.
A Christian based home in Chiang Rai Thailand, just 30 miles from the Burmese border, dedicated to extracting young girls, mostly hill tribe, from extreme “at risk” situations. ‘At risk’ means these young girls may be sold by a parent or village member into prostitution or slave labour to help support their drug or alcohol addictions.
There are about 27 million slaves in the world today, including in the USA. Join our efforts to abolish slavery.
We exist to help transform those affected by sexual exploitation, and their communities, through education and holistic healing, so that they can find complete freedom and reach their full potential in Christ. Staff needs: http://www.ywamchiangmai.org/freedom418/ All staff must complete a DTS, join the YWAM Thailand Culture & Language Program, and be willing to study the Thai language to a 6th grade equivalent.
Freeset is a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade. We make quality jute bags and organic cotton t-shirts, but our business is freedom! We would like to see the 10,000 sex workers in our neighborhood empowered with the choice of leaving a profession they never chose in the first […]
Rahab Foundation (San Jose, Costa Rica) Sharing God’s love with victims of sexual exploitation and their families. Job School and Christian ministration to teenage single-moms involved in prostitution. Fundacion Rahab trains those who want to give up prostitution and prepare them for re-entry into society, and to provide holistic help for their children.
(Mostly Thailand) Equips national leaders with training, logistical, and financial support to address human-trafficking in their communities. Teams conduct outreaches in border areas and work to secure safe living situations for each individual. Vocational training for rescued women includes baking, cooking, sewing, customer service, English and computer training.
GenerateHope provides a safe place for victims of sex trafficking to be restored through long-term housing, healing, and education. Since recovery from sexual exploitation is a long-term process, GenerateHope provides individualized support to work through past trauma. This support is extended until the women reach the ability to live independently and become a positive influence […]
(Cambodia, Vietnam, and Indonesia) Have you a skill you could teach to former trafficked women? Are you a social worker, counselor, educator, photographer? We provide shelters for victims of slavery, including after-care for child victims. We train national leaders, transform communities, eradicate human trafficking. Are you willing to help us? We train national leaders, transform […]
Working in Cambodia, the Project intervenes in the lives of vulnerable mothers and children by offering prevention, rehabilitation, and reintegration programs.
A wealth of resources. (Affiliation; The Salvation Army)
There are many in our world who do not need food or shelter or a doctor – or a sermon – but who do need rescue from an oppressor. IJM has been effective in this regard. IJM is a human rights agency that rescues victims of violence, sexual exploitation, slavery, and oppression.
Rescue and restore those in crisis from human trafficking, prostitution, abuse, homelesness, and more. Outreach team in Bradenton, Florida. Florida is commonly cited along with New York and California as being one of the top three destinations for trafficking victims in the United States.
It is estimated that 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders each year. Of these victims, 80 percent are female, and up to 50 percent are children and hundreds of thousands are used in prostitution each year. On top of this is the vast “in country” trafficking and exploitation.
Information resource and a campaign to end slavery, including forced prostitution, in our lifetime. Sign up for an online The Underground “e-zine”. Attend fund-raising concerts.