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National Human Trafficking Prevention Month Fund

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Since 2010, January has been nationally recognized as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human trafficking exists in many forms, including forced labor, sex trafficking, forced marriage, criminal exploitation, and domestic servitude, and is a deep and pervasive issue all over the world. According to the U.S. Department of State, there are estimated to be 24.9 million adults and children who are subject to human trafficking around the globe. The following organizations are committed to the fight to end human trafficking through education, prevention, advocacy and policy while also providing various forms of support to human trafficking survivors.

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The A21 Campaign Inc

A21 is a global anti-trafficking organization dedicated to rescuing and restoring the lives of human trafficking victims. With offices in several countries around the world, A21 is determined to abolish slavery everywhere, forever. Our operational strategy: We aim to reach, rescue, and restore victims of slavery around the world.

International Justice Mission

To protect the poor from violence by rescuing victims, bringing the criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts. Our long-term vision is to rescue millions, protect half a billion and make justice for the poor unstoppable.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The mission of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® is to serve as a resource center for law enforcement, families and the public to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation and prevent child victimization.

Coalition To Abolish Slavery And Trafficking

Cast's mission is ending human trafficking through education, advocacy and empowering survivors.

Hope for Justice

Hope for Justice is a charity working to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking and to protect the human rights of victims and survivors. Our multi-disciplinary model is based on four pillars: preventing exploitation; rescuing victims; restoring lives; and reforming society. Our global work, across four continents, is categorized as Prevent, Rescue, and Restore.

Polaris Project

Named after the North Star, an historical symbol of freedom, Polaris is leading a social justice movement to end sex and labor trafficking at the massive scale of the problem — 27.6 million people worldwide robbed of the freedom to choose how they live and work. Through operating the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline (Trafficking Hotline), we have addressed 80,000+ trafficking situations and assisted 30,000+ victims and survivors, while helping hold traffickers accountable and building the largest known data set on trafficking in North America. Guided by survivors, we use that data to change the policies, perceptions, and power dynamics that make people vulnerable, aiming to prevent trafficking before it happens.

Nomi Network

Our mission is to end human trafficking by creating pathways to safe employment, empowering women and girls to break cycles of slavery in their families and communities.

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