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Raids in Thailand and the Philippines rescue nine people

An operation in the Philippines and two separate operations in Thailand rescued a total of nine people, including two minors and two males, from sexual exploitation.

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Fifteen girls rescued in Uganda

Fifteen girls, ranging from age 5-17 were identified and rescued in a large city in Uganda.

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All will be assisted based on their age and specific needs in order to stay free.

Among the youngest were 5, 10 and 11-year-olds. Each one was being exploited in exchange for basic survival needs. One girl, age 12, was pressured by neighborhood boys and endured abuse in exchange for money so she could purchase school supplies.

10 rescued across three countries

Freedom restored to survivors in Nepal, Thailand and Uganda

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In Nepal, two women, ages 20 and 39 were rescued at the country’s border. Traffickers were defying local travel restrictions and attempting to lure them away with false promises. Our staff also aided a 7-year-old girl after a tragic sexual assault left her in need of both medical and psychological care. She is now in a children’s shelter where she will receive further support. Her rapist has been arrested.

Agents in Thailand rescued two twelve-year-old girls from labour exploitation.

Five girls, ages 15-16, are now free in Uganda and are enrolled in our community care program.

Trafficking ring unmasked in a quiet neighbourhood

A raid in the Philippines rescued 20 people, including two minors, and resulted in the arrest of two pimps.

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Two rescued in Nepal during shelter-in-place

Despite strict travel restrictions, two young women have been rescued at border crossings in Nepal.

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With a surge of COVID-19 cases late last month in the country, districts have temporarily restricted travel. Movement is limited to essential workers except for a window of time reserved for grocery shopping. Because of our work and relationship with the police, our agents are considered essential workers and remain on call, monitoring movement at all of our border locations.

A few traffickers have still attempted to lure young women out of the country. Some borders are simply rural roads with no barriers or gates, which allows foot traffic to still trickle back and forth.

One of the women our agents rescued tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating at a quarantine facility. The other has been reunited with her family.

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