Monday, 26 October 2020

Campaign aims to save thousands of people from the clutches of sexual exploitation

A strong campaign RAHAB Foundation shows the reality of thousands of women, children and men who are victims of human trafficking – Trata de Personas y el Comercio Sexual, in Spanish.

RAHAB rescues these people and helps them return to society and regain their self-esteem.

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The advertising campaign is loud and clear but it serves its purpose and is to impact people and make them look at the reality that many ignore.

Costa Rica today unfortunately is a place of exploitation with a high tendency to sex tourism.

If you are being victimized by this crime please go to the foundation website www.fundacionrahabcr.org, call 2248-2095. 2257-7785 or

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