They visited Murshidabad, a region in West Bengal, where they visited the prevention units.
They learned about communities at risk and levels of intervention implemented to stop human trafficking, from prevention to prosecution and rehabilitation.
The proceeds from each item go towards our nonprofit, With the holidays coming up, we’ve prepared a great holiday gift giving guide – which features some of our beautiful, handcrafted products and some from other related survivor brands.
By supporting these organizations, we can make a collective difference for survivors all around the world. Each ceramic mug comes imprinted with the message, “live with purpose,” to remind everyone to live each day with a purpose.
Imani also offers trauma counseling, savings and business classes, and English classes to all the women they employ in an effort to see them reach their potential.
We believe each of these women is worthy of receiving love and knowing that she is valuable. Imani is a fair trade business underneath the ministry Zion Project.
PUC students helped prepare a new building for Freeset, setting up much needed infrastructure for expansion of services.All proceeds benefit a survivor of human trafficking. This clutch is modern, stylish, and was made by at-risk women in Nepal.This leather clutch was created by a collaboration between Sudara and Mulxiply, two companies that also helps to fight sex trafficking in India.We think that outstanding coffee, superb food and engaging conversations in locally-crafted spaces are a brilliant way to show ‘manaakitanga’** to all.We’d like to thank you for supporting this community and making our neighbourhood a better place to live, simply by living a little with us. #morningsideforlife #somegoodinourhood * relationship, kinship, sense of family connection through shared experiences; provides a sense of belonging.While there, students worked with Freeset, a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata's sex trade.“They provide alternative employment for women in the sex trade, many of whom are trafficked,” says Jacobo.Crave Café is owned by a collective, a neighbourhood ‘whanaungatanga'* if you will.Some years ago, a few of us got together and decided we wanted to make Morningside a better place to live.Freeset is a fair trade business offering employment to women trapped in Kolkata’s sex trade.They make quality jute bags, organic fair trade cotton bags, and organic cotton t-shirts, but their business is freedom!