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Hint: It’s not just about the money Poverty is one of the single greatest predictors of vulnerability to trafficking—and the reason why is easy to understand. When people are struggling to pay for food or rent, school, or for health care, they become desperate for solutions. They become easy targets for traffickers. Combined with other factors like statelessness, lack of.
In a 2014 study surveying 1,102 men, women and youth age 10 years or older who were receiving post-trafficking assistance services in Cambodia, Thailand and Viet Nam, the respondents were asked whether they had ever heard of human trafficking before they had left home. Fewer than half (44.1%) of all participants (from the various countries of origin) reported that they.
Ten years ago, a little girl named Cat was the focus of a documentary that inspired Rachel Sparks to start a scholarship fund, that grew into what would become an organization dedicated to trafficking prevention. Today, Cat is thriving. When we first met her, she believed “opportunity” was something others bestowed upon you. Now her message is one of empowerment.
Earlier this month we had a wonderful celebration for our graduating students with food, flowers, games, and parents were invited to join as well. We’re so proud of our graduates, all of whom have been sponsored by incredibly generous donors. “I was in the first group of scholarship students. Since then I feel old. This scholarship supports our life, and I.
“Every single student interviewed reported increasing levels of hope in direct correlation with the amount of time spent as part of The Freedom Story (and family). They reported that their level of hope increased as they spent more time connected to The Freedom Story. This was true even for the students who have faced significant obstacles while participating with The.