Home for Trafficked Girls Opens in Dominican Republic

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Dominican Republic (Mission Network News) In the Dominican Republic, adult prostitution is legal, but it easily opens the door to a world of sex slavery. Actually, out of all the countries in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic has the highest rate of human trafficking.

In fact, a lot of young women and girls are brought across the border from Haiti into the Dominican Republic for this reason.

It’s a sad truth that’s been encouraged by both the deep poverty in these two countries and the high tourism the Dominican Republic experiences.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    May God have mercy. Global children need Christian education for deliverance. There is no way mankind could obtain the truth, rights, and freedom apart from the Biblical knowledge.

  • Becky

    “So if you would, pray for the girls entering this home, for their safety and transformation. Pray for them to encounter Christ and for their hearts to open up to the Gospel. And pray for these girls to heal. For them to realize their identity as a daughter of the King and just how loved each of them truly is.”