Posts Tagged ‘Human Trafficking’

Ministering in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on March 11th, 2015     
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Prevention of childhood sexual abuse TequixquiacCovenant World Relief is partnering with a new ministry in Mexico called “Ministering to the Abused and Exploited of Mexico (MAEM).” Recently, MAEM gave a presentation to the Tequix quiac Covenant Church on the prevention of childhood sexual abuse. …


Standing against Exploitation in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on December 15th, 2014     
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A group of leaders from the Covenant Church of Mexico have formed an organization to fight abuse and exploitation. The leaders of Ministering to the Abused and Exploited in Mexico (MAEM) include Marisol Martinez, president of the Covenant Church of …


Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on September 8th, 2014     
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Prevention of childhood sexual abuse TequixquiacThrough the Human Trafficking project in Mexico, several workshops have been held in local Covenant churches to help prevent childhood sexual abuse. The projects have been well received and there has been interest to begin the conferences in local schools. …


Escape for Freedom in India

Post a Comment » Written on August 4th, 2014     
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CSW PuneM comes from a small village in Karnataka, India.  Her family believed in Devdasi tradition (these days it is considered as temple prostitution and prohibited by law).  Her parents were so poor that they worked as labourers.  But both of …


Human Trafficking–What’s the Answer?

Post a Comment » Written on June 23rd, 2014     
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It has never made sense to me that there are people in the world who are bought and sold on a daily basis. It saddens my heart to know that slavery still exists, and it has grown since the height …