National Human Trafficking & Disabilities Working Group
The mission of the National Human Trafficking & Disabilities Working Group (NHTDWG) is to prevent the trafficking of individuals with disabilities and Deaf individuals and to advance the health and well-being of trafficking survivors with disabilities and Deaf survivors of trafficking through research, policy analysis, technical assistance, and training
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The International Organization for Adolescents (IOFA)
Youth: Their Rights. Our Responsibility.
IOFA is one of the first and most experienced non-governmental organizations addressing the trafficking of children and youth in the United States and around the world. Since 1999, IOFA has improved the ability of hundreds of partners across the globe to effectively address the trafficking and exploitation of young people. Our cutting edge services include:
- Institutional Capacity Building
- Training and Technical Assistance
- Research, Education and Outreach
- Collaborative Community Responses
IOFA’s mission is to eliminate human trafficking and exploitation of adolescents worldwide through innovative programming and solutions to empower and protect young people.
We envision a world where adolescents and youth are able to exercise their human rights and to realize their full potential as positive and productive members of society without fear of exploitation, violence, or neglect.