How We Care for Survivors of Cyber Trafficking in the Philippines

Today (January 11th) is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day in the US. It’s a day dedicated to spreading awareness and expanding the fight against the persistent and widespread horror of human trafficking and modern slavery in our world. The Salvation Army is fighting this plague all around the globe - and today we want to highlight one particularly moving story, in Manila, Philippines. Bethany Children’s Home (BCH) is a safe haven for girls (aged 5-17) who have survived some of the most cruel and horrifying experiences of trafficking and abuse. Through BCH, The Salvation Army’s onsite personnel has committed to providing not just a long-term housing solution for the endangered children, but a family, dedicated to loving and caring for girls long after they turn 18. Join us by sharing with the hashtags #EndHumanTrafficking and #HumanTraffickingAwareness

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