Modern slavery is one of the most horrific and dehumanizing crimes taking place today.
But it can be stopped with the right kind of intervention. WIN is committed to cutting off child slavery and trafficking through rescue, awareness and prevention. We utilize the arts, media, law enforcement training, brothel raids, rescue, rehabilitation, and citywide workshops.
Our targeted outcome in our primary focus areas - North India and Nepal - is to reduce child trafficking and child slavery by 90% in the next 5 years in the worst-affected communities. Towns and areas in which children lived in fear of abduction or exploitation will become safe, happy havens for children to grow into educated adults. A reproducible model will be established for ending child trafficking and slavery in other communities.
Prevention is far better than waiting until after children have been abused. Drama is an excellent way to communicate a powerful message into the hearts of simple rural parents and their children. WIN’s drama team travels village to village warning how traffickers trick villagers with the pretext of marrying their daughters to rich, unknown individuals in big cities. Such “marriages” are only a trap. These “brides” find themselves in brothels. The drama team also teaches against other moral evils such as alcoholism and domestic abuse.
Some specific interventions underway include:
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”In many people’s eyes Arun was a lost cause. He spent his days stumbling around the village always highly intoxicated with liquor or strung out on drugs. In the evenings he would return to his home where he would beat and abuse his wife and children. Each morning, when he would wake up sober, he would instantly become overwhelmed with grief and self-loathing due to his actions the day before. He d...“Read More
”Shahid is a friend of our boys at Blue Haven Children's Home. Only 1 kilometer away from the children's home, Shahid was lured into a vehicle and taken away. He was missing for 3 days before he was spotted. Then the dreadful truth came out about what the traffickers had in store for him!“Read More
”Dead leaves, pruning, and Covid shutdown - none of it anything we enjoy! In this season of global RESET there are lessons that, if we apply them, will cause us to burst forth with new an abundant LIFE! As we celebrate Christ's triumph over death, He will also do a work of resurrection as you apply the following lessons...“Read More
”Amar, WIN's native leader for Nepal, came to know of the opportunity to rescue two women out of a coercive trafficking situation in Kolkata, India. Both girls were young and had been forced into the lurid work of selling their bodies. Their pimp however was willing to sell them into freedom. Thaks to a financial partner, WIN was able to win their freedom. But the heavy work of going into that dark...“Read More
”A horrific ending for one ignites a redeeming beginning for many. Neha (red blouse) and her friend Pooja were both seven years old. They lived in a remote village of north India. Neha's papa labored daily in the fields but still could barely provide food for the family.“Read More