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World Relief Anti-Trafficking

As the world’s second largest and fastest growing criminal industry, human trafficking has led to the enslavement of nearly 27 million people around the world. The U.S. Department of State estimates that 14,500 – 17,500 people are trafficked into the United States each year.

In response to this stark reality, World Relief helped launch the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAAST), a group of Christian organizations which collaborate to design programs, curriculum and training to prevent trafficking and help survivors to rebuild their lives.

Since 2004, World Relief has partnered with local law enforcement to rescue and provide comprehensive services to survivors of human trafficking in the United States. World Relief trains thousands of community members how to identify victims of trafficking every year.

World Relief Stands for the Vulnerable: Stand with us to support survivors of human trafficking.

Learn more about our trafficking program from our Jacksonville, Florida, North Carolina, Spokane, Washington and  Tampa, Florida local offices.

If you have any concerns or would like more information on our anti trafficking work, please email us at

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