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A Buffalo couple has found a niche by befriending and serving refugees, Liberia announces a national anti-trafficking hotline, Houghton will host a basketball event with Tamika Catchings, and more.
The U.S. Department of State will match every dollar raised by World Hope International, up to $100,000, in the fight against human trafficking in Liberia.
Women from ALIVE Wesleyan Church have made more than 400 dresses in the last year, all for girls who may be at risk for human trafficking.
A little girl with dark eyes and a jump rope captured the author’s heart when she visited Cambodia. A girl whose innocence had been stolen by sex traffickers.
OKWU’s Orange Movement has begun a ministry partnership with the Rahab House, a home in Southeast Asia that provides a safe haven for girls rescued from sex trafficking.
World Hope International (WHI) has been awarded another grant from the State Department to continue its shelter in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
FAAST has developed a curriculum to educate children about human trafficking dangers. Created by pastors and children’s ministry leaders, it was designed for churches and faith-based communities.
Wesleyans in western N.Y. are leading the way in fighting human trafficking, including a new facility focusing on aftercare and healing for survivors.
Houghton business students score above average on national exam, SWU recognized by city officials, IWU grad will film documentary on human trafficking, OKWU founding family honored, and more.
More than 80 women gathered together in Canada recently for the ALIVE women’s conference. The group also learned much about human trafficking, a very real problem in Halifax, where ALIVE took place.
The World Hope 2013 anti-trafficking report tells a powerful story, with extensive photography, detailing the anti-trafficking measures being taken now in Azerbaijan, Cambodia, and Sierra Leone.