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Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. Right now, there are more than 20 million slaves around the world, more than any other time in history. The U.S. State Department estimates that 50 percent of all human trafficking victims are children. You can help stop human trafficking.

World Vision has extensive programs to protect children and combat human trafficking and slavery. We work to ensure safe places for trafficked and vulnerable children; provide counseling and vocational training to help children recover from their experiences; reunite trafficked children with their families when possible; and support the appropriate authorities to identify, investigate, and prosecute traffickers.

As an organization, World Vision is committed to promoting an environment in which vulnerable children, their families, and communities are educated and empowered to prevent abuse and exploitation; to protect children from immediate danger; and to restore children who have been exposed to abuse, neglect, exploitation, or violence.

Please join us to help stop human trafficking today.

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The multiplying effect from grants and donated goods may change throughout the year on identical or similar offers due to variations in the start and end dates of donor grants and our programs.

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