According to the Thomson Reuters Foundation, almost 20,000 women and children were survivors of human trafficking in India in 2017. Child survivors comprise approximately 40% of these individuals. As such, many governments, organizations, charities and individuals around the world are working to eradicate sexual exploitation and human trafficking globally, with a focus on assisting young female survivors especially.
3-2-1 Empower aims to provide assistance, support, and skillset training in the health and wellness sector for young female survivors of human trafficking in India. In doing so, 3.2.1Empower aims to help these individuals during their recovery and healing processes and acquire real-world skills with which to live healthy and independent lives.
Who We Are
3.2.1Empower is a 501c3 non-profit that educates and empowers young female survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in the USA, India and around the World.