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 IMPORTANT NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT! 

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RUN Ministries founder, Eric Watt, has been invited to take over the leadership of Stop Child Trafficking Now (SCTNow), a non-profit organization with a mission to put an end to the trafficking of children into the sex industry.

"As many as 2.8 million children run away each year in the US.  Within 48 hours of hitting the streets, one-third of these children are lured or recruited into the underground world of prostitution and pornography."  The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Stop Child Trafficking Now was formed to fight against child sex trafficking, a growing problem in the United States and in nations around the world.

Eric's continued commitment to rescue children from the evil of trafficking comes from RUN Ministries' ongoing efforts in Nepal and India that result in the rescue and rehabilitation of over 20,000 girls a year.

Watt said of the new appointment, "The opportunity to lend our experience and expertise to a domestically based organization is exciting.  To be part of the solution to this growing problem here in the USA gives me great hope that we can stop the cycle of trafficking in towns and cities across America." 

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FEATURED ARTICLE

A "No-Trafficking" Village

Can a formerly trafficked young lady make her rural Nepali village safe from trafficking? Here is one girl’s story:

Anita was a victim of human trafficking. Yet, she was miraculously rescued. She found shelter and healing during her 6 month stay in one of our Nepali Rescue Project safe homes where she learned a skill and prepared to eventually return to her village.

She had been back home in her village for several months when I was taken to meet her. I was told she had since launched a small
business and started an “Ambassador Club” with other girls her age to help insure they learned about the evils of trafficking and never had to experience anything like her personal pain
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