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Media may have moved on from South Sudan, but war continues. She Is Safe remains despite the challenges, knowing that during conflict women and children bear even greater hardships. We also keep the work going because they are key to helping to stabilize families and communities.
Human trafficking never stops, even after an earthquake. In fact, the opposite occurs: the disorder created by natural disasters, the internal displacement of people, and the presence of outsiders and relief organizations create a cover that makes it easier for traffickers to move undetected during the chaos.
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