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We recently relocated our organization to El Paso, Texas. We look forward to all the opportunities to work with local govenrment and othe local organizations in the fight against human trafficking.
National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
Welcome to the People Against Trafficking Humans Now (P.A.T.H. Now) Global website, where we strive to educate and prevent human trafficking within the United States and throughout the world.
P.A.T.H Now Global is a Rescue and Restore partner with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. We are privileged to have this opportunity to assist in helping end human trafficking. More information on human trafficking can be found here.
We at PATH Now Global have made it our sole purpose to develop public awareness campaigns to educate and prevent human trafficking, and assist in the rescuing the victims of human trafficking on both a local, national and global level by providing the necessary resources to other organizations, law enforcement and government entities, by providing the basic resources to these organizations. We feel that every human being deserves the right to live their life as they choose, rather than have that decision made for them. Wherever there is a need or injustice, PATH Now Global will offer its time, resources and expertise, regardless of economic status or affiliation.
Facts and Statistics
Currently, it is estimated that over 30,000,000 people around the world are victims of some
form of human trafficking. The perpetrators of these crimes make an estimated $32,000,000,000 a year.(1)
It is estimated that the Statewide Prevalence of Human Trafficking in Texas is just over 310,000 victims of forced labor
and minor and youth sex trafficking.(2)
The current Net Present Value (NPV) of estimated lifetime costs of minor and youth sex trafficking victims is $6,566,529,071.(2)
Over 71% of trafficked children show suicidal tendencies.(1)
There are more human slaves in the world today than ever before in history.(1)
Many times, if a sex slave is arrested, she is imprisoned while her trafficker is able to buy his way out of trouble.(1)
1) Malarek, Victor. 2003. The Natashas: Inside the New Global Sex Trade. New York, NY: Arcadia Publishers.
(2) Busch-Armendariz, N., Nale, et al., (2016). Human Trafficking by the Numbers:The Initial Benchmark of Prevalence and Economic Impact for Texas. Austin, Texas : The University of Texas at Austin, School of Social Work, Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.