Estimates suggest that, internationally, only about .04% survivors of human trafficking cases are identified, meaning that the vast majority of cases of human trafficking go undetected. At the 300 Project, we aim to increase the amount of survivors through our mission to eradicate trafficking of young women and children
Human Trafficking remains one of the biggest threats to humanity. With slavery being the fastest growing organized crime in the world, it has eaten deep into our society.
Since its inception in 2017, the 300 project has fought tirelessly to end human trafficking through PREVENTION, RESCUES AND AFTER CARE.
Walk of shame
Operation red alert:
Girls are rescued and
reunited with their
The Yellow shelter
Lack of education creates a toxic cocktail of vulnerability that makes it easier for traffickers to exploit victims. The 300 project provides free University education for young women of low socio-economic backgrounds and survivors of human trafficking. Read more.Read more
The yellow shelter is a safe haven for rescued survivors. A place for healing. At the shelter, survivors undergo psychological evaluation, are involved in different skill acquisition programs, and lots more. All these ensure a smooth reintegration into society.Read more
Every week, we were raped by two men, in a bid to get us pregnant. I had nowhere to run to” This was the story of Chisom, a victim of a baby factory trafficking. Read more survivor stories.Read more