1.8 million children are trafficked for forced sexual exploitation each year!
Understandably, much of the focus of anti-trafficking programs is on rescuing and rehabilitating victims.
As crucial as this work is, the unfortunate truth is that for every child rescued, there is a steady supply of new children to take their place.
Rescuing victims is simply not enough to stem the tide of exploitation and trafficking.
But — what if you could cut off the flow of finances driving this heinous crime?