Join Leanna and the WIN team on their exciting travels speaking and visiting WIN projects.
WIN has transformed 1,391,508 lives through development projects, micro finance and skills training.
WIN has prevented 1,007,500 children from being trafficked or enslaved.
WIN has provided 107,737 children with an education.
*Names have been changed to protect identities.
When WIN’s anti-trafficking leader, Anju* heard cries of distress, she discovered a young woman being abused by a man. The man set off on his motorbike, and Anju learned the story of the 18-year-old girl Vaani*, who had recently come to the city searching for a job to help support her impoverished parents and younger siblings.
The trafficker had captured her by offering her free accommodation and job placement assistance. She had believed him. But instead, he had made her a captive, raped her, and sold her out to others for sex. A member of his gang of miscreants would come and pick her up and drop her at the customer’s location, then pick her up and bring her back. Vaani wasn’t the only victim; he did this with many girls. When Anju discovered Vaani, the trafficker was beating her because she was resisting his...
”WIN’s anti-trafficking leader, Anju* noticed a girl standing at an ATM crying. When Anju asked her what was wrong, 16-year-old Gira* related her harrowing predicament...“Read More
”Screams emanated from the speeding ambulance. WIN’s anti-trafficking coordinator, Anju* lit out in hot pursuit...“Read More
”When WIN’s anti-trafficking leader, Anju* heard cries of distress, she discovered a young woman being abused by a man. The man set off on his motorbike, and Anju learned the story of the 18-year-old girl Vaani*, who had recently come to the city searching for a job to help support her impoverished parents and younger siblings...“Read More
”One of WIN’s projects is called WIN Village. Our native staff select village volunteers, called “Champions,” from each village and equip them with a curriculum customized from CHE materials, which includes life skills based on Biblical principles.“Read More
”Champions….There is no better way to describe the folks that said “yes” to the question “will you help us?” This past summer, our Indian leaders, David, Pinsu, and Ricky, traveled across the USA with Leanna and WIN’s Partnership Director Steve.“Read More
“I have visited WIN's work three times over the years. I participated firsthand in the holistic ministries to children, women and the marginalized. Their aim is to see lives and communities transformed. I am beyond impressed with this incarnational model that is serving the most underprivileged in the world.”
Pastor John Kuo Wu-Chang Conservative Baptist Church Taiwan