Anti-Trafficking is one of The Salvation Army International Development UK's five areas of work.
We are working through prevention, protection and partnership to bring human trafficking to an end.
The Salvation Army in the United Kingdom and Ireland territory supports anti-trafficking projects around the world including anti-trafficking recovery centres in Malawi and Tanzania and community awareness raising in India.
Community prevention and recovery, Nigeria
Across four states in Nigeria, The Salvation Army’s innovative community prevention and recovery project aims to transform community attitudes and behaviours around human trafficking. It provides support survivors to reintegrate them into their home communities and overcome their experiences.
Survivors of trafficking who are referred to the project receive care and accommodation with specially trained host families, and are linked up to long-term community reintegration and support programmes run through Salvation Army churches and centres. More than 70 Salvation Army personnel, across ten corps have received training to support survivors.
Areas of Work
We work alongside communities in the areas of Anti-Trafficking, Clean Water, Emergency Response, Food Security and Gender Justice to support them to overcome poverty and injustice. We are also responsible for overseeing the transfer of funds for the UK’s Mission Support Allocation (money donated through the annual Self-Denial Appeal).
Working alongside communities to improve access to clean water and improved sanitation.
Working with farmers to improve harvests and overcome food insecurity.
Working with women to pursue gender justice and address inequality.
Responding to disasters and emergency situations to provide immediate support and relief.
Supporting communities around the world to overcome poverty and injustice
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