What We Do
Breaking the cycle of human trafficking through four-interlinked approaches: prevent, empower, reintegrate and advocate.
We promote survivor empowerment, inclusion and engagement and seek to create alternative livelihood options among women and girls who are most likely to migrate, as well as returnees. We do this through survivor-led empowerment groups along with community-based savings and loan mechanisms to overcome economic, personal, and social barriers and open new employment opportunities.
We change the lives of young people to prevent more suffering.
About Our Founder
Malaika Oringo is on a mission to bring survivors’ voices to every anti-human trafficking decision-making table, create an army of empowered survivor leaders, alert communities, just laws and policies, programs, and well-informed service providers.