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Support Survivors on this World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

10-year old Gillian was rescued by her aunt, when she discovered her young niece was being sexually exploited by her own mother. Social Welfare got involved and they recommended Courage House for Gillian, since sexual trauma in her life was very apparent. In just a couple months since coming to Courage House, we are already seeing so much healing and growth in young Gillian's life! She loves to dance, play and she has her childhood back.

Right now, 43 girls and 11 of their children call Courage House home. Each young girl at Courage House has a uniquely heartbreaking story.

Our incoming residents are getting younger and younger.

In the last year, despite all odds and extreme circumstances, we were able to grow at Courage House Tanzania and rescue more young girls from trafficking. In the midst of a global pandemic, victims are more vulnerable than ever.

These children are able to heal and change the trajectory of their lives because of you and your support.

On this World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, join us in changing the lives of trafficking victims, as young as 9-years-old.

Your donation, no matter how big or small, truly changes these young girls’ lives through education, counseling, housing and basic needs, medical care, therapeutic activities and much more. Partner with us to bring more girls home to Courage House! Every dollar makes a difference in the lives of those facing the darkest of circumstances. Girls are waiting to come home to Courage House - will you join us in helping to change their lives today on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons?

God bless you and your loved ones.

Courage Worldwide


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