Life is precious, we must make a difference and protect children from one of the greatest injustices known to mankind.

Child victims of trafficking are recruited, transported, transferred, harbored or received for the purpose of exploitation. They may be forced to work in sweatshops, on construction sites or in houses as domestic servants; on the streets as child beggars, in wars as child soldiers, on farms, in traveling sales crews or in restaurants and hotels. Some are forced to work in brothels and strip clubs or for escort and massage services.


Education

We partner with organizations and governments to develop and sponsor outreach programs.

Cyber

Identify, infiltrate and this rut human trafficking that works online and protect organizations from infiltration.

Coalition

Identify and unify anti-trafficking organizations and assets worldwide and create a centralized hub of resources.

Recovery

Liaison with Interpol, governments, and local law enforcement to disrupt the global networks of human trafficking.

Resources

We provide organizations that focus on child trafficking with the resources needed to help their mission success.

Reclamation

Building a path to recovery with the resources necessary to support for victims of human trafficking.


Child Trafficking
Slavery Still Exists

Modern-day slavery comes in many forms, from sexual exploitation to forced labor; millions of children worldwide are subjected to child trafficking crimes for profit. It is estimated the industry generates over $150 billion of revenue a year.

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$150B

Human trafficking earns global profits of roughly $150 billion a year for traffickers, $99 billion of which comes from commercial sexual exploitation.

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Millions of children are often trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation or for labor, domestic servitude, agricultural work, factory work and mining, or they’re forced to fight in conflicts.

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