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Orphanage Entrepreneurs: The Trafficking of Haiti’s Invisible Children


This report provides a succinct summary of the scale and shape of abuse and trafficking in Haiti’s orphanages and key recommendations for stakeholders to incorporate ...

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Child exploitation in Haiti’s orphanages


On June 21-22, 2017, Haiti – ranked eighth in the world for human trafficking – held its first annual conference to combat trafficking. The Haitian ...

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EU and Haitian Government brought together by Lumos to fight child trafficking


SENIOR European Union figures will this week meet representatives from the Haitian Government in a ground-breaking event in Brussels aimed at generating EU support for ...

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Lumos CEO To Deliver September 15th Briefing on the Worsening State of Haiti’s Orphanages


New research shows a strengthening link between for-profit orphanages and child trafficking.

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Hidden Children: What if no one knew who you were?


Gregor doesn’t know how old he is, because his birth was never registered. Without his birth certificate his health, education and well-being are not being ...

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Child Trafficking in Haiti


Orphanages in the developing world have often been perceived as a social good, or at least a necessity. They are neither.

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What does Freedom Day mean in Haiti?


On the 5th of February, the Haitian police broke up a trafficking ring at Kaliko Beach – a stunning Caribbean resort that is a hotspot ...

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European Commission and Lumos highlight the link between trafficking and children in institutions


In light of the EU Anti-trafficking Day, the issue of orphanage trafficking is being examined at a high-level discussion hosted by the Cabinet of Neven ...

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First National Conference on Trafficking in Persons in Haiti


On Wednesday 21 June 2017, we launched the first National Conference on the Trafficking in Persons in Haiti. The National Committee aims to address a ...

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