Today is World Day Against Trafficking and you can help!
Every day, children and women in Sudan and South Sudan are vulnerable to exploitation by traffickers but have nowhere to go for help.
The growing conflict and collapse of the government in Sudan means more people are on the run leaving them unprotected and exposed.
Today, on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, we honor the heroic efforts of our local partners who are working in some of the hardest to reach places to stop human trafficking before it starts — through prevention.
Help us keep vulnerable children and women safe and free.
Together, we can let the world know that God’s children are no longer for sale.
No matter where you live or how old you are, you can help prevent human trafficking in warzones—and you can start right now. Share a post on social media, forward this email to a friend, invite others to take a stand. Find more ideas for how you can help here.