Grade 7 – 12 (Matric)
To warn our youth about the reality and modus operandi of human trafficking.
Who is trafficked
How traffickers work
Who are the traffickers
What happens to the victims
Where to get help / prevention
What is Human Trafficking?
Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. A person has been trafficked if he or she has been moved within a country or to another country, as a result of force, fraud, coercion, or manipulation. They are then exploited or made to work as some form of slave. Victims of human trafficking may be coerced into :
Human trafficking is the fastest growing form of organised crime. This is second only to narcotics.
Who is at risk?
Males and females.
Most commonly boys and girls from age 4 to 24.
Where poverty and children are there to is the greatest risk.
Trafficking also takes place in upmarket suburbs, private schools, upmarket shopping centres – wealth does not eliminate the danger.
Forms of Control:
There are many organisations working individually and networked to help victims of human trafficking. To rehabilitate a victim takes many people working together, finance, time and risk to oneself.
Heart Reach’s goal is prevention.
How can we prevent trafficking?
We cannot sit back and pretend this is not happening.
Please join hands with us in this fight. Contact us if you would like us to speak at any of your companies, work functions, social functions, churches. Every opportunity to expose the horrors of human trafficking helps.