Your 2020 Impact

340 survivors of human trafficking and other forms of exploitation accessed our services last year.

2,167 career counseling sessions were delivered by phone or online.

490 academic tutoring sessions for survivors prepping for high school graduation.

91% of survivors took positive steps towards achieving their goals.

90% of survivors assessed as suicidal showed decreased risk after 12 weeks in our program.

By August 2020, 147 survivors secured good jobs or were actively seeking employment.

Your generosity sustained and restored Jennie’s life

In a year where everything turned upside down, you made restoration, hope, and healing possible for Jennie and hundreds of other young women and like her.

All financial data is available in the 2020 Annual Report.

COVID-19 Emergency Response

The Philippines sustained one of the world’s longest and most severe lockdowns – 306 days and counting as of January 31, 2021.

In April 2020, the Philippines unemployment rate hit a record high of 17%.

Between March and May 2020, 60% of employed survivors in our care lost their jobs or reported such severe loss of income they couldn’t buy food.

Between March and May 2020, reported cases of online sexual exploitation tripled in the Philippines.

Over 300 cash transfers sent to survivors in our care. They bought milk, fruit and vegetables, canned goods, diapers, and other essentials for themselves and their children.

As survivors spun into crisis during the pandemic, your generosity sustained our frontline team as they provided daily support, including 1900 counseling sessions by phone, to victims of violence and trafficking.

By August 2020, 56% of those survivors got their jobs back, or found new employment.

With the support of our partners and donors, our frontline team pivoted quickly. All education and job training programs moved online ensuring survivors continued to receive schooling and workplace training during lockdowns.

“I will always be grateful being part of the 10ThousandWindows family. During the pandemic, when everything seemed uncertain, they did not leave us behind. They continued to check on us and asked how we are doing.”