Did you know that today (30th July) is the UN World Day Against Trafficking in Persons?

The trafficking epidemic in Asia is widely acknowledged. With approximately 23.5 million victims of trafficking across the continent, it's not surprising that Asia is home to around two-thirds of all victims worldwide.

We're passionate about reaching those who have been exploited and trafficked in Asia. Partners in South-East Asia, Pakistan and Mongolia carry out amazing work reaching those who are held captive in various ways - whether it be physically, emotionally or economically.

The work of our partners may look very different according to the context in which it's carried out but one thing underpins everything they do - a deep and unconditional desire to help those in captivity to sin by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.