Safe Passage: Help 150 Girls Survive Trafficking

by FAIR Girls


150 high risk teenage girls will receive basic nutrition, access to transportation, financial literacy, art therapy, and compassionate care and mentorship allowing them full recovery from trafficking.
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FAIR Girls will provide care to formerly sex trafficked girls in Washington D.C., the Balkans, Russia, and Uganda. It achieves this by providing food, shelter, transportation, art therapy, life skills and job training, and financial literacy. FAIR Fund also aims to ensure their basic needs are met so as to create a safe passage to a brighter future. "Each girl deserves to be safe, get to school, find a job, and learn to trust herself and her community again," -Executive Director, Andrea Pow


150 girl survivors will receive housing assistance and life skills classes, including 8 hours a week of art therapy and financial literacy education. "I feel safe when I make jewelry. I use the money I earn to pay for my apartment." -Ana* in Serbia

Long-Term Impact

The project will give life and job skills to 150 teen girl survivors of trafficking and give them a chance to learn skills in jewelry making and selling so that they can earn the money they need to take care of themselves and lead safer lives.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


FAIR Girls
Saving Sara: Combating Sex Trafficking in America
Girls sold online: A CNN Piece
Gabrielle Christian & FAIR Girls

Organization Information

FAIR Girls

Location: Washington, DC - USA
Website: http:/​/​
FAIR Girls
Project Leader:
Andrea Powell
Washington, DC United States

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