Our experience tells us that traffickers target the most vulnerable people, in the poorest communities. At Justice and Care, we work tirelessly to raise awareness of the issue within these communities and help families become financially stable, understand their rights and make it safe for survivors to return home.

Last week, Justice and Care was invited to be a part of a one-day awareness and service camp organised for the survivors of Human Trafficking in eastern India, where there are many cases of child labour trafficking. Hosted by District Legal Service Authority (DSLA), the camp aimed to empower victims of trafficking and their families.

The day was a huge success with around 2000+ survivors participating with their family members. Among them 67 child survivors of trafficking who we’ve been supporting, all of whom were able to register for various schemes to secure more support for them and their families. The day also allowed Government staff to find out more about the issue.