Global Team of 200



Global Team of 200 is a highly specialized group of members of Mom Bloggers for Social Good that concentrates on issues involving women and girls, children, world hunger and maternal health.


Our Motto: Individually we are all powerful. Together we can change the world. We believe in the power of collective action to help others and believe in ourselves to make this world a better place for our children and the world’s children.






Posts tagged "END TRAFFICKING PROJECT"
There are more than 5.5 million children worldwide who are used for forced labor and child trafficking. Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 of the United States. The victims suffer from physical, emotional and sexual abuse. This horrific practice can include prostitution, pornography, and sex tourism as well as labor for domestic service, factory or construction work, and migrant farming.

UNICEF works to protect all children from violence, exploitation, and abuse—aiming to reduce factors that make children vulnerable to trafficking and creating protective environments that guard children against exploitation in the same way that good health and nutrition fortify them against disease. (via Human Trafficking: What You Might Not Know | Hike. Blog. Love.)

It doesn’t matter where you live. It’s estimated that 5.5 million children are victims. The victims can be ANY age (my 5-year-old could become a victim). An estimated $32 billion are generated from it each year. (via Help UNICEF End Human Trafficking – Join The InitiativeTrending Mom)

I have personally read or heard of stories about people’s children being kidnapped and sold to crime syndicates. My heart bleeds for these children whose childhood are being stolen. Instead of living safe, happy, healthy lives, they are suffering. That is precisely why UNICEF launched the End Trafficking Project. They aim to raise awareness about trafficking and mobilize communities to do what they can to protect children. (via Roller Coaster Ride: Believe In Zero Trafficked Children)

I suppose I’ve always known that human trafficking exists. But I’ve NEVER realized that it happens here in the States. I don’t know why I’ve been so ignorant about that. I guess like many people, I didn’t want to acknowledge that something so horrific could happen here in the country where I live. (via Mommy Maestra: Fight Against Child Trafficking)

In recent months, I have read a lot of books about human trafficking. I had no idea that this was such a great problem. UNICEF is working to end this horrible travesty. (via My Devotional Thoughts: UNICEF’s End Trafficking Project)

socialgoodmatters:

There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. Nelson Mandela

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In the summer of 2011, I spent three weeks in beautiful Nepal where I conducted a study assessing the country’s response to trafficking in persons, including women…

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day bondage and something, I have to admit, I knew very little about. (via UNICEF Promotes January As Human Trafficking Awareness Month)

Human Trafficking has been reported in every. single. state. That means your state. Somewhere in your backyard right now, children are being sold into slavery or worse. (via January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month » Cora’s Story » Congenital Heart Defects, Advocacy and Baby Loss)

Each year, there are millions of women, men and children forced into hard labor with little or no pay, prostitution and other horrific circumstances. (via The U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s End Trafficking Project Seeks to Achieve Zero Exploited Children Around the WorldBiz Mommy L.A. | Biz Mommy L.A.)

Worldwide millions and millions of children are victims of child trafficking and forced labor - bought and sold, made to work in grueling, dangerous conditions with little or no pay, and, often, forced into prostitution. (via Divas With A Purpose: #EndTrafficking : Saving Our Children)