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Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking is a growing issue

Human trafficking is an issue that is pervasive and growing around the world and particularly on the continent of Africa. According to the United Nations, human trafficking is the third largest and fastest-growing global crime, with forced labor and sexual exploitation accounting for over 80% of cases. The United Nations estimated that nearly 21 million people are victims of human trafficking worldwide, making it a serious global crisis.

Victims of human trafficking are at risk of being subjected to physical, psychological, and/or financial abuse and exploitation. Trafficking is especially rampant among vulnerable populations such as refugees and undocumented migrants who may not have access to legal aid or other forms of assistance. Traffickers often use threats, intimidation, and manipulation to control their victims and make them comply.

We offer a free online course about Human Trafficking Prevention available here.