THE SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM

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BY SHARING THIS PROGRAM AND USING THESE RESOURCES


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TRAFFICKING INITIATIVE

AMWA seeks to raise awareness about human trafficking and provide resources to healthcare providers so that they may better care for their patients.

WE'RE SERIOUS ABOUT STOPPING SEX TRAFFICKING

The interaction on this website was designed with a point-system to offer a visual measure of your impact:
how virally sharing these materials can raise awareness and help doctors recognize and intervene on behalf of sex trafficking victims. But the subject of human trafficking is not a game.
The reasons why individuals become vulnerable to this kind of exploitation are complex and multifaceted. The process of recognizing and intervening on their behalf is only a first step toward reclaiming them from a pernicious and deadly system. But for these victims to have a chance the process has to begin somewhere, and medical professionals are uniquely positioned to act. Increasing awareness, improving training, and connecting hospitals and clinics to resources are not the only things needed, but these actions can, and will, instigate positive change and begin the process of changing victims' lives. So please share this program and learn more from the links on our resources page.
Many thanks,
Kanani Titchen, Pediatrician
Program Creator and Executive Director, PATH
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START A DISCUSSION

One of the most important things you can do to help victims is to start a discussion, either in person or online.

First: sharing this program is vital. You can see in the map below how activity on this website is already beginning to spread the word across the country and you can add to that activity by just bringing more people to the site. You can use any of the links above to let your friends and colleagues know about this educational program via Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Email. Every person who gets involved can change the path of a life.

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Second: lead a presentation in your area. You can download a slide deck to use or adapt in combination with the video on this site in presentations at your medical school or for in-service meetings at your hospital or practice. If you do, MAKE SURE TO TELL US AND EMAIL PHOTOGRAPHS so you can earn even more points, and we can acknowledge you in social media and press releases.

 

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One of the goals of this site is to encourage physicians to become more aware of the resources available in their respective states for victims' services and further education. We encourage you to visit these partner sites and make use of their extensive lists of resources and information.

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