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Lost in Crisis: The Vulnerable Forgotten Victims of COVID-19

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THE VULNERABLE FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Non-profit Victims’ Advocacy Group More Too Life Unveils Vigorous Action Plan to Help Human Trafficking and Abuse Victims During Worldwide Health Crisis

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updated: Mar 31, 2020

Brook Parker-Bello Ph.D, founder of More Too Life Foundation, recognizes ​​​​that the country’s forgotten victims are at risk of being lost forever as the world fights to contain the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Victims of all forms of human trafficking and sexual abuse are often overlooked, shunned, and forced to live and work in dangerous, dehumanizing conditions every day. As the rate of infection from coronavirus rises uncontrollably, young girls and boys, as well as adult-age women and men with nowhere to turn are facing these potentially…

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