• The Ruins of War – Part 2

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    Published April 14, 2014 Ocitti “David” Okech was one of the oldest boys in his Ugandan village when it was invaded by the Lord’s Resistance Army, known as the LRA, in 2003 (Fox News).  The army’s rebel warlord, Jose ...

    The Ruins of War – Part 2
  • Behind Closed Doors

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    Published March 21, 2014  She is your sister. Your daughter. She is your neighbor. Your co-worker. Your best friend. She is a victim of sex trafficking and she could be anyone. Even you. Traffickers do not discriminate again ...

    Behind Closed Doors
  • A Peek Inside Refuge Guatemala

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    Published March 5, 2014 Within the safety of Refuge Guatemala’s walls, broken women and children come to find the shelter and support they need as they begin their search for healing. Depending on each woman’s needs and ...

    A Peek Inside Refuge Guatemala
  • The Ruins of War – Part 1

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    Published March 5, 2014 Kosovo Summer 2013: The massacre of the Dobraj men left behind three widows and nine children. Serbian militiamen ordered these Albanian husbands and fathers into a mechanics trench at a local auto bo ...

    The Ruins of War – Part 1
  • Touchdowns and Trafficking

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    Published January 31, 2014 Some of us watch it for the commercials, others for the adrenaline-pumping half-time show.  There are even those that watch it for the actual game.  Whatever the reason, on February 2, 2014, million ...

    Touchdowns and Trafficking
  • Girls Left Behind – Part Two

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    Published January 24, 2014 Gilgil, Kenya- Demaris used to spend her days crouched outside of her home, a small shack in the red light district of Gilgil. At age four she weighed 10 pounds, the same as the day she was born. Both ...

    Girls Left Behind – Part Two

 

Women At Risk, International (WAR, Int’l) is a U.S.-based, non-profit organization. We currently work in over 31 countries creating havens of safety and healing for at-risk women and children. Our purpose and passion is to give voice to the silenced cries of the oppressed, wrap arms of love around them, and whisper messages of purpose and dignity into their brokenness.

Through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects and programs, WAR, Int’l offers these women and children an opportunity to live life with dignity. Although specifically known for our fight against human trafficking and rehabilitating work with trafficking victims, WAR, Int’l addresses 14 different risk issues facing women and children today.

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