Around the world, vulnerable populations live at a higer risk for trafficking and exploitation. We believe the only way to protect future generations from cycles of this abuse is to prevent them from occurring in the first place.
Free for Life developed a first-of-its-kind Prevention Curriculum to empower orphans, at-risk youth, and immigrants and refugees across languages, regions and cultures.
Traffickers are often not masked strangers taking people from their homes. More commonly, they look like family members, friends or significant others.
This is why the curriculum was created to teach those most at-risk about healthy boundaries, safe support networks and how to prevent, identify and respond to potential trafficking situations they may encounter.
trained in human trafficking prevention since 2017.
The Dominican Republic
TESTIMONY & RESPONSE
Thank you so much for caring about the children in our country, it was so helpful and I really think this is something we can use in our communities.”
“This training program is very effective to identify human trafficking risks, and practical to our real lives.”
“I feel like we will really be able to use this in our organization, its an amazing curriculum.”
“Thank you so much for bringing this workshop to Guatemala, it was so helpful for protecting our children, and extremely relevant.”
FREE FOR LIFE IN ACTION
OUTREACH & AWARENESS
Our goal is to create concerned citizens who can identify and appropriately respond to potential trafficking scenarios around them.
Our cornerstone program is border monitoring between India and Nepal. At our station, trained staff members identify warning signs and intervene to rescue victims.
At our supported home, women and girls live in a family-style environment, where there is no time limit on their recovery. Each survivor is encouraged to stay until she has completed her education.