When specific cases of trafficking situations arise we fight alongside law officials and other organizations in order to remove victims from slavery situations in accordance with UN anti-trafficking laws.


We provide mentorship and counseling for women who have been rescued from trafficking situations. Trained counselors are recruited and equipped to bring about the healing process.


We establish networks of crisis transition homes that serve as centers of learning and creativity for trafficked women and girls in the Moroccan community. This safe space, is a place where they can experience love, receive hope, and learn how to support themselves and their families.


In order to bring accurate awareness and offer appropriate and proper aid to the victims, relevant research must be conducted and surfaced. Along with collecting and distilling existing research data provided by the UN, US State Department, and other anti-trafficking organizations, we conduct comprehensive surveys that expose the actual situation along with cultural perceptions of trafficking.


The most at risk population is teenage girls who have somehow fallen outside of the protective influence of their families. Raising awareness through research, working alongside courts, and educating those who are trafficked for gainful productive employment, all contribute to shifting the culture and thus preventing this harmful cycle from even starting.