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Fighting human trafficking together, by empowering
young women and men towards self-sufficiency

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.

2023 Impact at a Glance

10 Survivors Supported through our skills training and capacity building programs.

5100 Students reached through our School Outreach program

10 Communities reached through our Community Engagement programs

30 Households visited during our Climate Literacy program

2000 Trees planted through our Climate Literacy program

25 Young people trained in ICT through our Computer Literacy program

30 Young people trained in Tailoring through our tailoring program.

12,000 Individuals reached through our awareness raising campaigns

18 Member organisations in the African Survivor Coalition

12 Countries represented in the African Survivor Coalition

Our Founder at the UN


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.

Support us


Help us change lives of survivors

Your donation will help us train survivor professionals across East Africa to advocate for
just, effective policies and legislation, and build alert communities about human trafficking 

We welcome donations here:

Account: Stichting Footprint To Freedom
Bank: Rabobank
IBAN: NL23RABO0318848147