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Five Young Women Intercepted from Human Trafficking

on Jan 31, 2019 7:33:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 2 Comments | Human Trafficking
All of us at Love Justice are committed to intercepting young women and children before they become entrenched in the dark world of human trafficking. Through our transit monitoring programs, made possible through the support of our generous partners, we have been able to intercept over 16,000 active or potential trafficking cases, ensuring that these women and children are spared from a life of unimaginable brutality—young women like Dolma*, Fursang*, Maya*, Tika*, and Sayng*.
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A Voice for the Oppressed

on Jan 24, 2019 9:00:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments |
The human trafficking industry is one of the most devastating inhumanities in the world today, and it continues to grow. Every year an average of 600,000–800,000 women and children are trafficked, and it is estimated that there are around 40 million slaves in the world today—more than any other time in history.
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New Data Strategy Helps in Apprehension of Trafficker

on Jan 17, 2019 7:51:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 2 Comments |
One of the instrumental strategies we employ at Love Justice International to fight human trafficking is the use of data collection and analysis. Our staff are continually collecting and analyzing data in order to better understand trafficking trends and networks. This is crucial in helping to improve our operations, prosecute traffickers, and identify targets for investigations.
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January: Human Trafficking Prevention Month

on Jan 3, 2019 7:55:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti-Trafficking Work
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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Love Justice: Uganda

on Dec 27, 2018 7:20:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking
Recently, our Africa leadership team spent some time in Uganda traveling to our various monitoring stations and getting a clearer picture of both the successes and challenges our staff are facing there on a daily basis. As one of the more recent countries where we have expanded our work, it was an encouraging experience.  
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Love Justice: Kenya

on Dec 20, 2018 6:24:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking Expanding Work
We are in the initial stages of expanding our anti-trafficking work into Kenya. Recently, part of our leadership team traveled there to help oversee staff training and to evaluate the results of our preliminary efforts there. The team began their travels in Mombasa, which is on the coast of Kenya. The town is known for being a popular tourist destination with its exquisite white sands and turquoise blue seas. However, human trafficking in the forms of forced labor and prostitution is a prevalent problem amidst the backdrop of this picturesque town and the country as a whole. 
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Love Justice: Zimbabwe

on Dec 18, 2018 7:46:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking
Zimbabwe is a country in turmoil. It has a history of political and economic unrest that continues to plague its people today. In addition, Zimbabwe has been a focal point for human trafficking throughout the years.  Today, the steady deterioration of the country's economic status continues to cause concern and unrest among its citizens. This uncertainty can prompt people to look for employment opportunities in other countries, resulting in an increased potential for innocent lives to become victims of trafficking. 
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Love Justice: Benin

on Dec 13, 2018 7:26:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking
Benin is a West African country with a population of around 10 million people. Ranking among the world's poorest countries, its shore includes what used to be known as the Slave Coast, which was the departure point for captives to be shipped across the Atlantic. Today, it is still a source, transit, and destination country for women, children, and men subjected to forced labor and human trafficking. According to a report by the U.S. Department of State, the most identified victims are Beninese girls subjected to domestic servitude or human trafficking.
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Love Justice: South Africa

on Dec 11, 2018 7:25:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking
Jobs are not easy to come by for most people living in South Africa, so when an opportunity that promises provision and stability is offered, it will most likely be snatched up quickly. Traffickers prey on this desperation to lure innocent women, men, and children into lives of slavery and bondage. 
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Love Justice: India - Safia's Interception Story

on Nov 29, 2018 7:42:00 AM By | The Love Justice Team | 0 Comments | Anti Trafficking Victim Testimony
According to a recent report by the U.S. State Department, it is estimated that millions of women and children are victims of sex trafficking in India each year. In fact, the country continues to be a main source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking.  
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