A Little is a Lot to Fight Human Trafficking

“According to the International Labor Organization, human traffickers bring in at least $32 billion a year. U.S. government funding to fight international and domestic modern-day slavery accounts for only 0.003% of the federal budget. This week the president released his annual budget. The U.S. is currently spending 10 cents for every $32 a human trafficker earns. That small amount goes a long way. It should be protected.”

-Jesse Eaves, Senior Policy Advisor for Child Protection, World Vision US


Read more on the United States’ budget on human trafficking, what it does and how you can protect it.  

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