Stranger Danger

The Online Safety Campaign is conducted by Honor 1000 Movement in elementary public schools in the Philippines not only to raise awareness on human trafficking, but also to inform the students what immediate actions they could take should they experience malicious activities online.

In one of the sessions, one of the Grade 6 students shared that a foreigner chatted her online asking her to send him pictures of her naked in exchange for money. The student immediately blocked the stranger. Meanwhile, another female student shared that a foreigner kept on commenting on her photos which made her uncomfortable. The student also immediately blocked the stranger.

In our efforts to fight online sexual exploitation of children, we continue to hear stories like these from students as young as 11 years old. In Manila, where public schools are overpopulated and teachers are overworked, school officials are also aware of the problem, but are not able to respond as much as they want to due to limited resources and bandwidth. Our efforts to help them in this aspect is changing lives.

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Five Children Rescued

Six children have just been saved from online sexual exploitation and abuse in a coordinated rescue operation with local authorities in the Philippines.




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Online Court Hearing in the Midst of Pandemic

The prolonged pandemic in the Philippines has created issues that required necessary adjustments, especially for the women and children in The Blessed Project who are still in school and/or have ongoing court cases.




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Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign Continues in the Philippines

There's so much potential in the youth today, and we are delighted to have so many of them joining the fight against human trafficking.




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From Strength to Strength

Alma is one of Honor 1000's Microfinance clients in the Philippines. Her main place of sale has been at schools catering primarily to students and teachers. But because the pandemic has forced schools to cease operations, Alma was faced with a new challenge.




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Three Sisters Now Safe

Three minors have been rescued from the abuse of livestream online sexual exploitation in a sting operation led by the local police and are now receiving proper trauma-informed care and interventions.




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Safer Home and Means of Living

Early in 2019, the slum area where Kara and her family lived caught fire. Kara was homeless so she decided to live with her friends. One of her friends introduced her to a woman who promised to give her a job. Little did she know that the woman would exploit her.