HOW WE PREVENT CHILD TRAFFICKING
Our community outreach and public awareness campaigns support the most vulnerable – poor families, rural communities, youth and children. The campaigns help local communities to realise it is important to acknowledge the problem and to work together to prevent the problem from growing. ZOE anti-trafficking programs build awareness and empower communities to protect themselves.
HOW WE RESCUE CHILD TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
The first step in saving a life begins with a rescue. ZOE are part of a multidisciplinary investigative team that identifies at-risk and trafficked children. Once victims have been identified, the team works with the dedicated men and women of the government, local and international law enforcement, social welfare and legal advocacy to conduct rescue operations. Through effective partnerships, victims are identified and rescued from sex and labour trafficking. Numerous raids have been successfully conducted and many perpetrators have been prosecuted.
HOW WE CARE FOR ORPHANS AND RESTORE THE LIVES OF CHILD TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
ZOE provides comprehensive restoration services designed to meet the specific needs of trafficking survivors. The care is based on a 'family' model. ZOE parents are indigenous staff who receive ongoing training that enables them to care for the unique needs of each individual child. ZOE helps to care for orphaned children and trafficking survivors by providing children with a safe home, education, medical and emotional care.