Research shows that almost a quarter of trafficking victims are re-trafficked, which is why providing survivors with employment opportunities is crucial in breaking the cycle of human trafficking. This Christmas we're seeking to raise £6k to provide training & employment opportunities for survivors.
People can be trafficked for many different forms of exploitation such as forced prostitution, forced labour, forced begging, forced criminality, domestic servitude and forced marriage. Research shows that almost a quarter of trafficking victims are re-trafficked, which is why providing survivors with employment opportunities and financial stability are crucial in breaking the cycle of human trafficking. South Asia, with India at its centre, is one of the fastest growing regions for trafficking.
Our Indian charity partner, Odanadi, aims to provide survivors with the necessary tools to rebuild their lives and face mainstream society as strong, confident, empowered individuals. In addition to providing education, giving access to training and employment opportunities is key to empowering survivors to live independent lives. Residents at Odanadi are provided with vocational training opportunities through Odanadi’s own bakery school, mechanics workshop and beautician training.