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We Shall Not Give Up

Among our human trafficking work, rehabilitation is a long journey that requires persistent and devotion. Sex trafficked women often fall back into the industry after they quit the job for a short period of time due to a lack of vocational skills and family financial burden...

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Yemen Plagued by Conflict, Food Shortages and Cholera

Yemen may not sound familiar to many Hongkongers, and it is rarely featured in the news. But in the past three months, Yemen has been frequently mentioned in international news due to its cholera epidemic.

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Human Trafficking

[ ‘SHARE’ Jul – Oct 2017 ] FOCUS ~ Human Trafficking
This issue:
>Human Trafficking
>Joseph: Human Trafficking Survivor (Genesis 37-50)
>Children Are Priceless
> This is Hong Kong
>Overcoming the Obstacles of Sin and Pain

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Joseph: Human Trafficking Survivor (Genesis 37-50)

[ ‘SHARE’ Jul – Oct 2017 ] BACK TO THE BIBLE
The Bible was written thousands of years ago but it has much to say about what we might see as a modern problem: human trafficking.

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Children Are Priceless

[ ‘SHARE’ Jul – Oct 2017 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
You can’t put a price on something that is valuable and precious, but 12-year-old Barla (obscured) was sold at the price of less than HK$16 to a pimp by her parents.

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This is Hong Kong

[ ‘SHARE’ Jul – Oct 2017 ] TAKING ACTION
It appears that Hong Kong has nothing to do with human trafficking, but we were peculiarly placed on the Tier 2 watch list as a destination and port of human commodities, according to the U.S. Department of State.

Last year in May, our colleague and a group of high school seniors spent some time with human trafficking victims in Hong Kong and found more about the sad realities of human trafficking and modern slavery.

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