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Teams deliver trauma rehabilitation classes to hundreds of survivors throughout rural provinces


Destiny Rescue bolsters trauma rehabilitation programs by hiring 16 staff early this year.

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What is next for graduates in Uganda?

In Uganda, 36 survivors are ready to spread their wings after finishing their vocational training and graduating from community care late last month.

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How food packs help rescue children from abuse and combat food insecurity


Food insecurity is a major vulnerability leading to the exploitation of children.

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British football clubs debut shirts proudly representing Destiny Rescue

The logo is small, but it's starting big conversations.

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Social media is becoming the new red-light district


Child sex trafficking is increasingly making its home on the internet.

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Celebrating the women fighting child sex trafficking

Whether their role is behind an office desk or staring into the face of human traffickers on the frontlines, Destiny Rescue’s female staff share the same heart for children, finding purpose in seeing girls free, heal and glow.

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Three similarities between child marriage and sex trafficking


Destiny Rescue sees a kaleidoscope of social injustices worldwide, including child marriage and sex trafficking. These two crimes might seem different on the surface, but they're similar once diving deeper - especially when their lines blur in a child's story.

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Survivors with abusive families smile again

Each survivor's resilience is a near-miracle given their history.

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Health weeks have a positive impact on survivors in Thailand


Health weeks address both the emotional and physical health of survivors. These classes run about every other month and give staff the opportunity to connect with and teach survivors after rescue.

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“Terror” in Haiti fuels labour trafficking in the Dominican

Traffickers are exploiting Haitians wishing to flee their home country.

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