Loki* knew to expect pain. And abuse. Every night. She had been sold for sex in India more times than she could possibly count. But she was a fighter and did what it took to survive . . . until she became infected with a deadly virus.
She had been sold for sex in India more times than she could possibly count.”
Rejected by those who no longer could profit from her, Loki found herself on the streets with nowhere to go. She had no money. She grew hungry and desperate.
“That’s when a friend told me about She Is Safe,” Loki said. Her friend invited Loki to join a She Is Safe learning/lending group where women help each other succeed. Learn to sew? Start a business making masks? Finally, life offered a pathway to dignity.
From surviving to thriving
That’s when transformation began for Loki. The instructors told her how Christ brings joy and new life. Loki said yes. Yes to skills. Yes to new life. Yes to a faith-filled future.
From surviving to thriving. It’s what life-change has looked like for Loki and thousands of other abused women and girls this past year.
Human trafficking is growing at an alarming rate. But pictured in the life of young women like Loki, together we can help them not merely survive. We can offer a life where they can thrive.