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End Trafficking

Worldwide, more than 5 million children are victims of forced labor and child trafficking. They are bought and sold, forced into prostitution, or made to work at grueling jobs with little or no pay. Thousands of them are right here in the United States.

The End Trafficking project is the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's initiative to raise awareness about child trafficking and mobilize communities to take meaningful action to help protect children. In partnership with concerned individuals and groups, the End Trafficking project aims to bring us all closer to a day when there are ZERO exploited children.

Join the End Trafficking community to connect with UNICEF volunteers working to end child trafficking. As a member, you can participate in forum discussions, download resources, watch videos, listen to podcasts, and more! Together, we can help mobilize our communities to understand and take action against child trafficking and get closer to the day when ZERO children are trafficked.

Donate to UNICEF's Child Protection programs today to help combat child trafficking.

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    Hi! Thats amazing that you are from florida too! I was thinking to make like a group dedicated to unicef and help people in need from here to start. Because here nobody have a group for unicef and its good to start one here.
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    Hey everyone my name is Jasmin Kheder. I'm from Egypt, but currently living in Florida. I have always considered volunteering to Unicef, for this has always been something I wanted to do. I would love to help out as much as I can. Coming from personal experience I know what it is like to see people in need. I have witnessed many revolutions in Egypt, and was eve...
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    Hi, I'm from Florida too. I wanted to contribute and I'm guessing one way was to find someone from an area near mine. I'm not exactly sure how to help out to be honest. Maybe you have an idea? 
    Thanks.
    Jasmin