Anti-trafficking Intervention and Awareness Officers

If you have a heart for women under sexual exploitation this is a fun and varied opportunity to get involved in the fight against human trafficking in Ghana. You could be working to support and meet the immediate needs of those under exploitation or to spread awareness of human trafficking and God's heart to end it.
2 Years
Full Time
The Anti-trafficking team works with victims of sexual exploitation, child labour and partakes in various awareness and prevention ventures. We are seeking mature believers with experience working alongside vulnerable people and/or strong teaching and presentation skills. This project is ever-growing and changing in response to the needs of the women under exploitation so flexibility is a must!


Although our intervention officers were women, we would also welcome male team members to work in our awareness and prevention programmes.
Small business skills would be an advantage.

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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