Building a survivor centric anti-trafficking movement

GFEMS is embarking on a new journey.

We evaluated our work to date and listened to feedback from partners around the world. In response, we have updated our approach to supporting advocacy and movement building led by impacted communities.

Hear more from GFEMS CEO, Sophie Otiende


GFEMS and the National Survivor Network have developed a first-of-its-kind
resource that offers guidance and tools to support organizations’ progress toward meaningful survivor engagement.

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We are incredibly proud of our inaugural portfolio and work over the past few years, including:


Partnerships formed.

We have worked with local and regional NGOs, governments, and researchers to create local solutions that are scalable and replicable.


lives directly impacted.

Our programs across Asia, Africa, and Latin America are having real, life-long impact for survivors and those at risk of trafficking.


research studies conducted.

Our research has supplied new data to the field, filling information gaps to help better inform policy and interventions.

Watch this space for updates in 2024!