Lack of basic necessities can drive people to acts of desperation as they attempt to care for themselves and their families. Unseen partners alleviate suffering, prevent exploitation, and bring hope by providing food, shelter, hygiene kits, and medical care.
Unseen partners provided compassionate aftercare and met the holistic needs of vulnerable and exploited people through safe homes, spiritual care, psychological counseling, substance abuse assistance, and removal from exploitation. They provided assistance to displaced people and repatriated victims back to their home county or region. Each of these services aids in the long term healing and reintegration journey.
Unseen partners provided services that lead to long-term flourishing, including: vocational and skills training, small-business start-up capital, full or part-time jobs, safe credit, connections to service providers, and educational opportunities. These opportunities open the door to safe, dignifying work and protect from future exploitation.
Unseen partners work with local detectives, lawyers, law enforcement, and judicial systems to collaborate on the arrest, conviction, and sentencing of traffickers—essential to reducing trafficking worldwide. Partners trained NGO staff, law enforcement, and judges on victim identification, survivor care, and human trafficking laws and protocols.