Anti-Human Trafficking: www.doterrahealinghands.org
DoTERRA healing hands Foundation work with partners focused on putting an end to human trafficking through a collaborative approach to address the areas of prevention, rescue efforts and aftercare healing.
Knowing there is strength in awareness and transparency, we work to help support efforts being made locally and around the world.
Rapha House is a public benefit 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to ending the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children through aftercare for survivors, prevention for the vulnerable, and awareness for all. Rapha House incorporates four programs. Through these different programs, they seek to: Prevent trafficking of children, rescue children who have been trafficked, operate Safe Houses for the healing of these children, and to train and reintegrate children who come into their care. Rapha House currently has aftercare facilities in Cambodia, Thailand, and Haiti.
Engage Now Africa push their anti-human trafficking operations in Kenya. ENA is currently working to intercept and arrest traffickers and slave masters. Prosecuting criminals is a critical part of ENA’s mission. Corruption among police and lawyers makes it a complex process. When children are rescued, ENA protects them, works to reunite them with trusted family members, or places them in safe after-care facilities. ENA’s Survivor Support Initiative allows survivors to have access to livelihood and micro-credit programs, which greatly reduce the likelihood of re-trafficking.
Pearls with Purpose teach underprivileged women how to make jewelry. Pearls with Purpose also sells the jewelry these women make, with 72% of the profits being used to help people around the world, while the remaining 28% is used for marketing and to raise awareness. As a result of the organization’s tireless efforts, hundreds of women in the Philippines, Dominican Republic, India, Cambodia, and Peru now have better lives.