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Elevate Hope.

Learn how you can be a part of expanding HTI’s efforts
to decimate human trafficking at its source.

2022 Federal Human Trafficking Report

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Read about trends in federal human trafficking prosecutions in 2022
and check out our new interactive data visualizations.

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Together, we can
decimate trafficking

HTI works to stop human trafficking at its source by empowering
police and prosecutors to stop traffickers.

Our Model

We partner with countries that are serious about measurably improving human trafficking enforcement, but lack access to the model or the specialized expertise to do so. We implement our model in coordination with our Partner Countries’ governments over an extended period of time until the model is self-sustaining and the justice system is fully equipped to stop traffickers.

Specialized Teams

Targeted Trainings

Embedded Experts

Our Unique

Our approach to combating trafficking fills a gap in the global anti-trafficking response by stopping traffickers in their tracks. When traffickers are unable to continue their illegal operations, they can no longer seek out more vulnerable people to exploit.

As justice systems implement our model, they stop traffickers and move cases through to trial more quickly. This reduces the amount of time a survivor is waiting for justice and waiting to move on to a new life.

Our Annual Impact

Victims Protected

Traffickers Arrested

News & Resources

#InContext: Bell Hooks

#InContext: Bell Hooks

  Born on September 25, 1952, in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and raised in a racially segregated  South, Bell Hooks (born Gloria Jean Watkins) grew up in an environment deeply shaped by racial  inequalities and injustices. Bell Hooks chose to adopt her great...

#InContext: Barbara Jordan

#InContext: Barbara Jordan

  Born in Texas during 1936, Barbara Jordan, the first black congresswoman from the South, grew up during the Jim Crow Era. Barbara was known for her tenacity, determination, and oratory skills since she fought zealously for civil and human rights. Even during...


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