We believe children should be in schools, not brothels. So we identify girls at high risk of being targeted by traffickers, get her a uniform and a bike, fill a bag with books and pens, and visit her regularly to keep her in school and keep her safe. We equip with an education to prevent sex trafficking.
We are a professional, dynamic human rights organisation educating girls in countries where sex trafficking is prevalent. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights was created by representatives from many different countries around the world, who agreed that humans everywhere, no matter what country they are in, should all have some basic human rights. It was written on the 10th December 1948. And then each country had the choice of agreeing to it if they wanted to. Nearly every country in the world agrees to this declaration. It has been translated into 416 different languages. More than 67 years later, the girls we enrol onto our program are living without many of their basic human rights. In order to prevent girls being trafficked we focus on the following:
- Freedom from slavery
- Access to education
- Access to safe drinking water
- Enough food to not be hungry
- Adequate shelter
Our vision is that they will utilise these opportunities to grow into empowered female leaders who shape their communities and country. We have an exceptionally competent, highly skilled, driven team. Our goal is to get half a million girls in school.