What we do

We work from behind the scenes to protect the world's most vulnerable.

Our mission is to provide outstanding non-profit organizations worldwide with the assets, resources, and training they need to succeed.

The Phantom International Foundation directly supports established non-profit organizations worldwide to empower their excellent work. We focus on international anti-child trafficking, anti-poaching, and the support of underprivileged children and orphanages worldwide.

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Area of focus:

Child Poverty

For children in poverty, childhood is a series of setbacks that never allows them to envision a better future leaving them trapped in a cycle of poverty.

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Child Trafficking

Child victims of trafficking are recruited, transported, transferred, harbored or received for the purpose of forced labor or sexual exploitation.

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Illegal Poaching

Wildlife crime is sweeping the planet. The illegal trafficking of wildlife is now one of the world’s largest criminal industries, a over $200 billion industry.

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Anti-Child Poverty

The Global Child Poverty Problem:

The poverty disparity between adults and children is ever-growing. Children are twice as likely to live in poverty in comparison to adults, according to UNICEF. Globally, over one billion children live in multidimensional poverty and approximately 365+ million live in extreme poverty.

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1.2 billion children worldwide are multi-dimensionally poor – without access to education, health, housing, nutrition, sanitation or water.


Children from the poorest households die at twice the rate of their better-off peers. Children are also more than twice as likely to live in poverty than adults.

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


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.