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Purpose

Win This Fight will help disable, what enables the traffickers by using an evidence based preventative approach to make a catalytic change on a global scale against human trafficking. We are going to the heart of the matter and addressing the two key elements that enable this horrendous crime:


1. Technology – we are training trafficked survivors in programming skills to ensure that they do not return to the traffickers.


2. Money – we are using technology resources to track people laundering money, most of which is associated with human trafficking and drugs.

We are using proven, established methodologies and solutions to a make a catalytic impact and take a giant step towards eradicating human trafficking.

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The need to make a change is urgent

3287 people are sold or kidnapped and forced into slavery every day

that's 136 people an hour

and that's just the reported cases

Our Mission

Our mission is to disable, what enables the traffickers by using an evidence based preventative approach to make a catalytic change on a global scale against human trafficking

Our Vision

Our vision is a world without slavery and freedom for all

According to the US Department of Defense, human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world and is estimated to be one of the most profitable crimes in the world. The International Labor Organization estimates that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally.

Of these:

There are 5.4 victims of modern slavery for every 1,000 people in the world.

Human Trafficking

has become the

second largest

criminal enterprise globally and is estimated to be a

$150 billion

a year global industry and continues to expand at a rapid rate

the growth trajectory

Trafficking in persons is an illegal practice shaded in secrecy and is therefore near impossible to measure it in its entirety. The International Labor Organization is the source of these estimates.

Our Impact

United States Treasury Department’s 2020 National Strategy for Combating Terrorist and Other Illicit Financing identified money laundering linked to human trafficking as one of the most significant illicit finance threats facing the United States.

Impact we create:

*For context there is an estimated $1.2T of dirty money in circulation globally, earned on the backs of trafficked victims.