Free for Life's newest Tibet border monitoring interception station opened in March 2012 at the Friendship Bridge. Results are equally promising as Free for Life Intl. and their partners PRC rescued 30 girls since opening at this new location. They expect that this number could be as high as 100 girls in 2013. Notably, the program working along the Nepal-India border is on record-breaking course having rescued significantly more girls this year than were rescued in 2011.
For the past 7 years Free for Life International has partnered with shelters and individuals globally in the fight against human trafficking. Their work includes shelter support, border monitoring, sustainable projects, and scholarships for survivors and for those who are high risk. "We believe it is important to have a multi-disciplinary approach to the rescue and restoration of trafficking survivors, but first and foremost girls must be free. This year the average cost to set a girl free was only $300," Bercu continues. "That is why we have launched a new campaign called Put A Bow On Freedom."
To learn more go to www.freeforlifeintl.org or call Free for Life at 1-888-335-8835.