Hope of the Hopeless Centre supported by Awareness for Child Trafficking Africa ACT Africa hosted a Christmas Party for 250 underprivileged children in Ennerdale, Johannesburg. 🎄🎅❤

Hope of the Hopeless Centre supported by Awareness for Child Trafficking Africa ACT Africa hosted a Christmas Party for 250 underprivileged children in Ennerdale, Johannesburg. 🎄🎅❤

Before the festivities started, we made time for some Human Trafficking and Gender-based Violence awareness and taught them a self-defence tip should someone try to abduct/kidnap them 🙌🏾. Needless to say, the kids were in their element lol!!. 🌟😂
#AwarenessforChildTraffickingAfrica is 🌟✅
#savinglivesthrougheducationandawareness ✅
#selfdefensetips 💯
#SaveOurChildren
#endhumantrafficking ❌
#endgenderbasedviolence ❌

On the norm, we provide self-defence workshops to Orphanages/Shelters for women and children who are victims of human trafficking, Gender-based Violence,  all other forms of abuse and orphaned. This we extend to schools too.

In order to continue providing these valuable workshops coupled with Human Trafficking and Gender-based Violence Awareness and Education,  we need at least 1000 people to donate R100.00 plus monthly to assist us.

Should you wish to assist us please click on the link below to donate

https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/awarenessforchildtraffickingafricaactafrica

Your support is appreciated🙏🏾💟

Hilary Leong
Chairperson
Awareness for Child Trafficking Africa
234-418 NPO
PBO: 930069833
+27825610621www.actafrica.org.za
Facebook:@Awareness for Child Trafficking Africa
Instagram:@actafrica
HOLIDAY SAFETY 2020

HOLIDAY SAFETY 2020

If you are travelling this holiday season, be observant of those around you. Be alert to children or young adults appearing to be alone and individuals that are unable to speak for themselves or under someone else’s control.

Common Victim Behaviours and Indicators:

  • Frightened, ashamed or nervous
  • Anxious around uniformed security and police
  • Under the control of a companion
  • Unable to move freely without being watched closely
  • Avoiding eye contact
  • Appearing drugged or malnourished
  • With few or no personal belongings
  • Inappropriately dressed for travel
  • Unsure of their destination, or who will be meeting them
  • Have scripted or inconsistent stories
  • Visible scars, wounds, or bruises
  • Without control of passport or travel documents

DON’T DO THE FOLLOWING:

  • Do NOT confront anyone you suspect of engaging in human trafficking•
  • Do NOT try to rescue any possible victim•
  • Do NOT display any unusual concern or alarm•
  • Do NOT endanger yourself or others

DO THE FOLLOWING:

  • Be observant of surroundings•
  • Note details of suspicious incidents•
  • Report suspected human trafficking incidents to SAPS and the TIPLINE numbers below•
  • Alert police, airport police If you suspect human trafficking or observe any harmful behaviour, report it as soon as possible.
  • If you are on an aeroplane, tell a flight attendant. If at the airport, alert the airport police or an employee.
  • If needed, write down a description of the situation.
  • Don’t stop there! You should also report incidents by calling the numbers below,

 

SAPS: 10111
CHILDLINE:0800 055 555
National Human Trafficking Hotline: 0800 222 777

Please help us in this war against Gender-Based Violence and Human Trafficking by donating. Please click on the link below to donate..

https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/awarenessforchildtraffickingafricaactafrica

Your much needed support is appreciated🙏🏾💟