35 people rescued at the Nepal Border


Of those rescued, 21 met their trafficker on Facebook within the past six months.

Learn more about how traffickers use social media to target Nepali girls and women.

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Rescue Update Archive

209 Rescued – Biggest week of rescue to date


Across four countries, 209 lives have been rescued, 182 of whom have joined community care.

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Two children were rescued in our operations in collaboration with law enforcement in the Dominican Republic.

Three lives have been set free in Thailand, and 23 girls and young women were rescued at the Nepal border.

Offering community care in one of our undisclosed countries has skyrocketed rescue opportunities, bringing 179 children to freedom! In this country, we locate children being sexually exploited within their communities. Most come from impoverished families and are enduring exploitation to bring in income vital to their family’s survival.

Learn how food packs and community care have opened the doors to freedom for hundreds of girls recently!

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27 girls and women rescued in Nepal


Twenty-seven girls and women, ages 14 to 33, were rescued at the border of Nepal early last month.

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The survivors, of which five were children, were trying to walk through one of our 15 border stations after traffickers offered them a false job or marriage – or both – in a neighbouring country.

Most survivors had only known their trafficker for a handful of months on social media, though one knew hers for four years.

The youngest survivor, 14, was vulnerable to the prey of her trafficker because her father was in jail and her uncle raised her. Absent fathers are a common vulnerability for child survivors.

We have reunited all survivors with their families.

Seven girls rescued and on their paths to freedom


Seven girls, ages 15 to 17, have been rescued in Thailand and Cambodia

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Six girls were rescued in Thailand. Agents initially found each child using online platforms. Much of the sex industry has migrated online this year as COVID-19 lockdowns continue to restrict business hours and travel.

After building trust and establishing in-person meetings with caseworkers, children accepted our offer of freedom and joined our Community Care program.

Agents identified a 15-year-old girl in Cambodia working in an establishment known to groom children for the sex industry. She has been rescued and is enrolled in our community care program.

Twelve girls rescued and on their paths to freedom


All of the girls, ages 14 to 17, have joined our community care programs in Thailand and Cambodia.

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Learn more about our rescue missions in Cambodia.

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35 people rescued at the Nepal Border


Of those rescued, 21 met their trafficker on Facebook within the past six months.

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Learn more about how traffickers use social media to target Nepali girls and women.

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