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What is Human Trafficking?



The U.S. Department of State defines human trafficking, also referred to as trafficking in persons, as all criminal conduct connected to forced labor and sex trafficking and the conduct involved in reducing or holding someone in compelled service. 


Any time a person is recruited, transported, transferred, harbored or received via threat, coercion, abduction, fraud, deception or abuse of power, and is then made to participate in prostitution, sexual exploitation, forced labor or involuntary servitude, they are considered a trafficking victim. Human trafficking is especially prevalent in poor communities. Because of their lack of opportunity, traffickers will prey upon these areas.


How We Respond



Emergency Aftercare

World Hope International offers a safe place for young survivors newly removed from sexual slavery in Cambodia and Sierra Leone to recover. Each receives physical, psychological and spiritual care as they heal.



World Hope International helps individuals and communities identify the signs of human trafficking through awareness education.


Annual Reports


2014 Anti-Trafficking Annual Report 




2013 Anti-Trafficking Annual Report




2013 Letter from Director of Anti-Trafficking Lisa Thompson.



 WHI is a part of the Wesleyan Holiness Consortium, and our anti-trafficking work is guided by the Consortium's Declaration for Freedom.





World Hope International regularly accesses a variety of resources on human trafficking to insure optimal effectiveness for our organizational approach to this global issue.   


Anti-Trafficking Country Info




• Education



• Education

• Emergency Aftercare


Sierra Leone


Emergency Aftercare







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