“Lord I know you know the hopes of the helpless.
Surely you will listen to their cries and comfort them.
You will b
ring justice to the orphan
And the oppressed,
So people can no longer terrify them.”
An estimated 40,000 to 100,000 people will be trafficked into South Africa for the 2010 World Cup!
We are a network of believers working in practical ways to combat human trafficking in South Africa. Justice [ACTS] is a YWAM (Youth With A Mission) headed mission that is networked with many other organizations and local churches who are actively involved in the more “at risk” communities within South Africa. In our group we have trained counselors, social workers, an in-house media production company, journalists, and photographers. We have discovered that as far as human trafficking prevention, Traffick Proof seems to be the only tool of its kind in South Africa. Organizations, individuals and churches of all kinds are contacting us to train them to present Traffick Proof and get involved in fighting human trafficking. Our network expands daily, and is beginning to reach across the nation.
Justice Acts’ strategy to combat human trafficking is made up of three phases: Human Trafficking Prevention through Traffick Proof, Victim Assistance, and World Cup Mobilization. Currently we are well into phase one and are laying foundations for phase two and three by developing strategies and networks, doing research, recruiting and raising monies, and involvement with the “at risk” and traf?cked persons, etc. Clickhere for a more complete breakdown of our three phases plan.