I never get tired of reading the requests from organizations all over the world who've registered to download our Born2Fly anti-trafficking curriculum and wordless book. More than 190 organizations in 60+ countries have already registered.
Here's what they're saying and how they plan to use B2F to keep their kids safe:
Indonesia: “We began with 3 former sex workers who with the help of our organization were able to get out. Now they spend their lives helping those still trapped in this kind of life. We heard about B2F on Facebook and hope we can incorporate your materials into our work here.”
NGO working in many countries: “This resource is a great gift and I am anticipating with excitement the impact it will have on the communities where we work.”
Cameroon: “I just downloaded the program lessons to stop children trafficking and it is wonderful. I am glad to have it and I believe it is going to be a great blessing to our children.”
Papua New Guinea: “I am in incredibly remote village where the culture includes bartering of women and children along with other wares.”
Botswana: “I had no idea the magnitude of this problem. I have been in a state of shock. This is going to be a learning experience for me as well. Thank you for taking the lead in this battle and assisting me and so many others.”
Nepal: “Every year 12,000-15,000 girls are
trafficked from Nepal. Our organization has a children’s home, does
anti-trafficking work, and investigates traffickers.”
Thailand: “I finally had a chance to browse the training package. It is great stuff! I am so humbled to have been given such a gift. Thank you so much for compiling it and also being willing to share it with others.”
South Africa: "I would definitely recommend you start using the Born2Fly curriculum to teach your kids about what trafficking is and how to protect themselves from being victims." (From the National Freedom Network, an anti-trafficking coalition in South Africa)
And in case you don't believe child trafficking happens in the US, we're getting registration applications from all over the country. A few excerpts:
US: “There are 200+ brothels (massage parlors) in our city. Our vision is to liberate those trapped in human trafficking.”
US: “I hope to learn warning signs and behaviors, how to try to prevent [trafficking], and most of all how to try to heal.”
US: “Trafficking is getting worse in our area with girls as young as 12 or so forced into prostitution and porn films.”
US: “We work with women rescued from trafficking. We do awareness training and are starting a Citizen Task Force.”
You can read more excerpts here from Kenya, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Moldova, Haiti, and many more countries where organizations have registered to teach B2F.
If you know a group that works with children anywhere in the world, please tell them about our free anti-trafficking materials. They can find them at www.born2fly.org.
Teaching B2F in the Philippines