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Chepkorir

Chepkorir

My name is Chepkorir and I am 21 years old. I am my father’s only child, so I had to tend to my father’s cattle from a very young age. I never set foot in a classroom, nor held a pencil or book. I had always dreamed of going to school but from the life I was living,...

Let us have a future

Let us have a future

HAART Kenya supports survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery on their path toindependence through a holistic rehabilitation and reintegration programme. Most of thesurvivors of trafficking in our program depend on small businesses for their livelihood. Due...

Trafficking On A Global Scale: An Interview With Sophie Otiende

Repost from fighttrafficking.org In December 2018, Sophie Otiende, a Program Consultant with HAART Kenya, visited Prerana to understand the functioning of the organization and its various programs. HAART or Awareness Against Human Trafficking is a non-governmental...

Let’s Call it What it is: Orphanage Trafficking

Let’s Call it What it is: Orphanage Trafficking

The Daily Nation recently reported a story of a Dutch sex offender who sexually abused and assaulted young girls in a Kenyan orphanage. While this case sounds outrageous, unfortunately, it is not a unique case. Nationals from a number of countries have either been...

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