Editor’s note: Watch “Mozambique or Bust” on CNN international Friday, February 15 at 1630 GMT, Saturday Feb. 16 at 1400GMT and 2130 GMT, and repeats Sunday through Wednesday.
There are several ways you can help the people featured in the CNN Freedom Project documentary, Mozambique or Bust, narrated by Mira Sorvino, an Oscar-winning actress and goodwill ambassador to combat human trafficking for the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime which tackles human trafficking. She says everyone can play a part in the fight against human trafficking.
There's more information at Free the Girls about the program that provides donated bras for sex trafficking survivors. The organization currently supports women in Mozambique, but plans to start programs in four other countries later this year.
If you are interested in Mozambique specifically, you can reach out to Project Purpose.
You can also learn more about Truckers Against Trafficking, a group educating drivers about human trafficking. On the TAT website, there's also a training video that shows drivers how to recognize victims on the road.
And there's more about Mira Sorvino’s work for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime and the fight against human trafficking.
where do i send things i cant imagine going through that my family struggles do to current job loss but we arent n that situation and would like to help how could you not if you have them n a drwer and arent going to use them because they dont fit and have sat there since you brought them home and tried them on!!
if only we had some humanity left in our hearts rather than self interests at hearts,the world would be safe for all
The only way we can stop human trafficking is to crate job opportunity and adequate infrastructures for commercement of activities and also availability of welfare for basic facilities for development of selves and also provision of group of bodies to make sure that set activities/objectives are done adequately as planed
Provision of welfare for the citizens and also job opportunity
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