Posts Tagged ‘Human Trafficking’

Ministering to the Abused and Exploited in Mexico (MAEM)

Post a Comment » Written on May 30th, 2014     
Filed under: Community Development
Tags: , , ,
Recently, the MAEM Coordinating Committee, committed to ending sexual exploitation in Mexico, met with South American missionaries and pastors, and North Park Theological Seminary students to learn and discuss the problems that face communities in regards to human trafficking. …

Report This Post



Jyoti’s Story

Post a Comment » Written on May 14th, 2014     
Filed under: Community Development
Tags: , ,
An update from our partner in India, the Hindustani Covenant Church:

Radha’s Daughter Savita had been rescued from red light area in Pune through CSS few months ago. While talking with Radha, CSS staff realized that she had another daughter,

Report This Post



Human Trafficking in Mexico

Post a Comment » Written on March 31st, 2014     
Filed under: Community Development
Tags: , ,
I remember what thought when I first heard the term “Human Trafficking.” It caught me off guard. How was it that there were people in the world who bought and sold other people?

I grew up in Hong Kong and

Report This Post



Former Sex Workers Help Liberate Others

Post a Comment » Written on November 6th, 2013     
Filed under: Community Development
Tags: , ,
The Hindustani Covenant Church (HCC) has been ministering to vulnerable women in the red light area for over a decade. Since 2006 more than 63 girls have escaped from the sex trade with the help of HCC and Covenant Social …

Report This Post



Escaping Human Trafficking

3 comments Written on September 25th, 2013     
Filed under: Community Development
Tags: , ,
escaping human traffickingGangubai Shinde comes from a middle-class family. When she was fifteen, her parents forced her to marry a man twice her age. Her husband accused her of being unfaithful, and he began beating her. Although Gangubai realized that she was …

Report This Post



Report This Blog