MORE THAN 20 MILLION PEOPLE
ARE VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING AROUND THE WORLD
Our vocation is to work on behalf of the most vulnerable and defend the rights of those who are not able to defend themselves. We fight especially for those people who, due to social, economic, and/or family circumstances, have become victims of human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and/or labor exploitation.
At Fiet Gratia, we have decided to renounce to passivity and indifference in order to do something that will make the world a better place. We invite you to have a look at the different projects and programs we have developed.
Project Rescue began in 1997 with the goal of “rescuing and restoring” victims of sex slavery around the world, through holistic programs of prevention, intervention and physical, emotional and spiritual restoration, offering aftercare homes, vocational training, after-school programs, night care shelters, HIV/Aids as well as medical clinics and awareness and prevention programs. In 2015, Project Rescue opens its subsidiary in Spain, an initiative that allows us to join forces in this fight.
The main objective of this project is to defend those people who find themselves in a situation of social injustice, starting with Fiet Gratia’s project beneficiaries, including refugees, victims of human trafficking, victims of domestic violence, as well as those robbed of their fundamental rights who do not have the means to defend themselves, without contravening the purposes of our Entity.
We work to contribute to the eradication of all types of slavery in developing countries, through projects that seek to generate social, cultural and psychological change. We currently have projects in Southeast Asia (India and Nepal), especially in regions with a high percentage of child population in slavery situations, or at risk of being so, and in West Africa (Ivory Coast), in collaboration with the Association Femmes de Salem.
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