Support survivors of human trafficking

 With the changing times such as COVID-19, climate change, and drought among others, victims of human trafficking are even more exposed to vulnerability than usual. Many of our beneficiaries who were already settled lost their businesses due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are therefore requesting support so we can provide support for basic needs for the duration of the pandemic.

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  • $ 44,583 raised of $50,000 goal 89.16% 89.16%


Donate through the following ways:

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Through the Bank:
Account Name: Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART)
Bank Name: Stanbic Bank Kenya Ltd
Bank Branch: Chiromo Branch
Bank Physical Address: Stanbic Bank Centre, Westlands Road, Chiromo.
Swift Code: SBICKENX
Bank Code: 31000
Account No: 0100007503247(USD)

Account No: 0100007503436(KSH)

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What the funding goes towards

All donations given will go directly to support victims of human trafficking who are affected by the pandmeic. This is primarily for basic needs such as food, medication and soap that we will provide to victims through mobile money so that our social workers can still observe social distancing. Meanwhile, we will monitor the cases closely and try our very best to ensure that all of our beneficiaries gets through the crisis unscathed. This includes victims in Kenya but also victims that have been repatriated to other countries as well as victims who are now stuck in countries like Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and India.


Emergency support to survivors of human trafficking in Kenya during Covid-19

Before we started this campaign we did a in-depth analysis of the situation both with the pandemic and issues that are related. You can read further about the issue below.

The analysis has the following sections

  • Background
  • Human trafficking
  • Covid-19 and other emergencies in Kenya
  • Expected Impact of the emergencies
  • What it means for victims of human trafficking
  • Challenges for HAART’s work
  • What can you do?