Victims of human trafficking

Women and children are deceived and transported to unknown places for purposes of sexual exploitation and abuse because of human greed and profit at this time in our world.

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Ending Child Labour in Indonesia

There are many reasons why children end up working, often in difficult and highly abusive situations. Despite ratification of laws protecting children who work Indonesia still faces many problems.

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Education in Cambodia

While 80% of Cambodians today attend primary school, only 32% continue on to secondary. Partially, this is due to widespread child labor including farming, scavenging, garment manufacture, sexual exploitation, fishing and construction.

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Children in the Middle East

Oh that God would be bringing to himself the next generation in the Middle East, and yet children are being affected by the troubles around them. Pray for God’s work among them.

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Men women and children caught in forced labour

Forced labour is any work or services which people are forced to do against their will under the threat of some form punishment. Almost all slavery practices, including trafficking in people and bonded labour, contain some element of forced labour.

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Child domestic workers

Child domestic workers are persons under 18 years of age who work in other people’s households (and sometimes their own families’) doing domestic chores, caring for children, running errands and helping their employers run small businesses.

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