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Investigator's Past Fuels Her Passion to Help End Trafficking

on Feb 20, 2020 1:14:50 PM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti-trafficking
The people working on the front lines to stop human trafficking and fight for freedom are our silent heroes. They work enshrouded in the shadows of secrecy, behind closed doors, and they often put their lives on the line for the sake of saving others. They are driven by a deep-rooted conviction to help those most susceptible to being horribly exploited and victimized by such a devastating and depraved industry.
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From the Field: The Fight to End Human Trafficking in Sierra Leone

on Feb 7, 2020 10:43:23 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 1 Comment | Anti-trafficking
Meet Abdulai, our anti-trafficking project manager in Sierra Leone. Growing up during the country's civil war (1991–2002), he both witnessed and experienced the tragedies and devastation that the reality of war imposes on its people, including the loss of his parents and sister. Watch the following video as he shares how he is using his loss and past struggles to fuel his passion in the fight to end human trafficking.
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Join the Movement to End Human Trafficking

on Jan 31, 2020 9:53:23 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 4 Comments | Anti-trafficking
As Human Trafficking Prevention Month comes to an end, we would like to remind you that it's not too late to join the movement in the fight to stop human trafficking. It's estimated that more than 40 million people are trapped in some form of slavery across the globe. We are on a mission to end human trafficking and prevent as many lives as possible from ever being exploited or abused by this horrific crime. 
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Our Expanding Work in Africa Targets Child Trafficking in Ghana

on Jan 22, 2020 10:35:07 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 6 Comments | Anti-trafficking
Child trafficking is a prevalent issue across the globe. It’s difficult to wrap one’s mind around the fact that slavery, in any form, still exists, let alone the slavery of children. Today, one of the most heart-wrenching forms of child labor taking place exists within the fishing industry on Lake Volta in Ghana.  
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Over 20,000 People Intercepted from Human Trafficking

on Jan 16, 2020 6:15:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 2 Comments | Anti-trafficking
We are excited to share that because of people like you joining with us in the fight to stop human trafficking, we have intercepted over 20,000 individuals to prevent them from becoming victims of modern-day slavery. Here's a glimpse into the impact that has taken place across the globe thanks to those partnering with us! 
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Trafficking Victim Is Determined to Help Others

on Jan 9, 2020 6:24:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 4 Comments | Anti-trafficking
Our highly trained transit monitors are a crucial part of our anti-trafficking strategy to prevent vulnerable men, women, and children from ever experiencing the exploitation and abuse of this horrible crime. 
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January Is Human Trafficking Prevention Month

on Jan 2, 2020 6:30:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments |
Human trafficking is one of the most devastating inhumanities in the world today. Globally, it is estimated that there are over 40 million slaves—the largest amount in history.
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Grieving Parents Help Start a Family Home for Abandoned Children

on Dec 22, 2019 1:07:40 PM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments |
Shalom Home at Tiggy's House is one of 18 family homes that Love Justice operates throughout South Asia. But many people don't know the amazing story behind how this home got started. In 2010, John and Dana Hanley lost their son Matthias, or Tiggy as his family affectionately nicknamed him, when he was just 21 months old. In the midst of their grief, they embarked on a journey to find a renewed sense of life, love, and hope. 
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Business Tycoon Arrested for Human Trafficking; 12 Girls Safe

on Dec 17, 2019 12:00:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 2 Comments | Investigations
A little over a year ago, acting upon a tip received from an informant, our Love Justice staff intercepted three young women at an airport in Nepal. According to the statement given by them, a woman had come to their separate villages offering jobs to multiple females to work abroad. 
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Undercover Work Brings Trafficker to Justice

on Dec 12, 2019 4:57:57 PM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Investigations
Alina* was only 19 years old when she and her sister left their village and traveled with their father to a nearby city to find work. They were from a poor family, and they were all struggling to make ends meet. Their father found them both housing and a stable job where they ended up working safely for five years. 
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