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Human Trafficking Prevention

The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003, (Republic Acts of the Philippines) R.A. No. 9208, is a consolidation of Senate Bill No. 2444 and House Bill No. 4432. It was enacted and passed by Congress of the Philippines' Senate of the Philippines and House of Representatives of the Philippines (12th Congress of the Philippines, 2001–2004) assembled on May 12, 2003 and signed into law (List of Philippine laws) by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on May 26, 2003. 

It institutes policies to eliminate and punish human trafficking, especially women and children, establishing the necessary institutional mechanisms for the protection and support of trafficked persons. It aims "to promote human dignity, protect the people from any threat of violence and exploitation, and mitigate pressures for involuntary migration and servitude of persons, not only to support trafficked persons but more importantly, to ensure their recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration into the mainstream of society."

Well of Life is doing awareness campaigns about human trafficking in the schools and communities where they have influence. 

Use different materials to:

  1. To reach the children and teens from dangers of Human Trafficking through education of the slave trade, and how they might be lured into this trade unaware of risk to their lives;
  2. To equip children/teens with core values for pure living, which will give them wisdom and knowledge to help guide them through their lives and in all their decision making;
    • Choices - Choices Have Consequences.
    • Friends - Know Who Your True Friends Are.        
    • Valuable - You are Unique, Valuable, and Worth Loving.
    • Patience - Be Patient, Work Hard, and Wait for the Right Time.
    • Dreams/Hope - Don't Settle for Less than God has Intended for Them.
  3. To introduce them to Jesus. To share an encounter with Jesus through our actions, words, love, smiles, prayers, and teachings.
  4. Teaching good touch / bad touch and what to do if they feel others are abusing them.
  5. Youth4Safety teaches important lessons through 4 modules.
Our goal is to educate children and parents about the dangers of children sex trafficking through strategic, far-reaching multimedia campaign.