Cutting off human trafficking at the root.

trained in 2019
to prevent trafficking

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.


In September 2020 WIN's anti-trafficking coordinator in India was investigating a children's home which she suspected had been trafficking young girls. There she met a girl named Hope (name changed for security).  Hope realized that our coordinator really cared about her and was there to help her. So she opened-up her heart. Hope revealed the dark secret that for months she had no one to tell; she was being tortured and abused! 

Some of the rescued girls

Our coordinator and her team meticulously planned-out a raid with the objective of rescuing Hope and all of the girls from the bogus “children's home”. Thanks to the dedication of our team and the local authorities, and after hours of struggling with the traffickers, the police and our team prevailed: 21 girls were rescued!

Read the full story HERE.

Preventing children from ever undergoing the horrors of human trafficking

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.

Villagers watch as WIN's drama team teaches against trafficking, child marriage and domestic abuse. 

Each year we “inoculate” an average of 800 villages and 120,000 people against trafficking.

Some specific interventions underway include:

  • Awareness training for law enforcement in key cities.
  • Our film “Come to the Light,” depicting a child trafficking incident and the horrors suffered by both the child and the parents, used to educate parents on how to keep their kids safe.
  • Anti-trafficking drama team travels from village to village, gathering crowds and teaching the dangers of human trafficking as well as other social evils such as alcoholism and domestic abuse.
  • Mass publication of our “RED FLAGS” flier posted prominently, helping people to remember how to identify traffickers and stop trafficking.
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