Thanks to your generous support in 2016, Unseen has expanded its partnerships. We’re excited to introduce you to three of our new partners:
In Greece, Hope Spot provides restoration and rehabilitation services for local and refugee women who are victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. Their Safe House shelters these women and their children, offering them psychological and emotional care while equipping them with the resources they need to get back on their feet. They also bring preventative education into schools in at-risk areas, seeking to change the culture surrounding trafficking.
Mercy House operates a home in rural Philippines that welcomes former street children who have been orphaned, neglected, abandoned, or trafficked. The children receive food, shelter, education, and medical and dental care within a family-oriented, loving environment. Their high staff to child ratio allows them to focus on each child’s long-term growth, development, and goals.
In Uganda, the large population of orphaned children and unskilled and uneducated women are vulnerable to abuse and trafficking–a vast need that Shine on Entebbe rises to fill. Their extensive church and community-based initiatives enable hundreds of children to get an education, provide vocational programming for women, and bring medical care to poor and disadvantaged members of society.
Each new partner has dreams to expand and multiply their lifesaving work. Unseen has launched initial projects aimed at helping them thank and engage their donors, strengthen communication and offer more people the opportunity to partner with them. From here, we will continue to assess our partners’ needs and take next steps to partner with, train, and equip them towards growth.
Join us in celebrating the important work happening around the world to fight human trafficking and its root causes.
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