Free the Slaves
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Free the Slaves is in the vanguard of the growing global movement to end one of history’s greatest human rights abuses. We work locally, in some of the world’s worst trafficking hot spots, to generate global change. Our Mission: Liberating slaves and changing the conditions that allow slavery to persist
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This would pay for five airings of broadcasts that raise awareness about the risks of trafficking and child rights on community radio stations in our project communities.
This would support the registration of 6 child survivors or at-risk children with Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme.
Pay the fees for a older survivor (15-18) to enroll in an apprenticeship program.
One child survivor's one-month stay at a shelter providing educational, health and mental health services. Children can be expected to stay at these shelters for an average of six months after they return from slavery.
Could pay for school supplies (including educational materials and uniforms) and school levies for six child survivors or at-risk children.
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