Mama Dorah: Uplifting Grassroots Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking
DATE: April 30, 2018
CE Hours: 1.25
Denise Anderson, PhD, MSW, LSW
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Human trafficking is the second largest organized crime (superseded only by drug trafficking) where over a million children are trafficked annually. This multibillion-dollar industry is a major issue throughout South Africa. The presentation provides a brief history of the problem on trafficking throughout the world, but especially in Johannesburg, South Africa.
During this presentation, Dr. Anderson will apply a model for working with charities between one multicultural community church that partnered with Mama Dorah to keep fifty orphaned children fed, educated and protected from human traffickers. This intervention was intentional and well planned but not without trials. The issues faced and how they were addressed will also be discussed. Finally, a theology of caring for orphans is presented.
1. Overview Human Trafficking - 10 min
2. Grassroots Human Trafficking Prevention: Dorah’s Ark - 10 min
3. Multi-cultural Congregation: Cornerstone - 10 min
4. Partnership - 5 min
5. Theology of Caring for Orphans - 5 min
6. A Model that Works - 10 min
7. Challenges and how they were Managed - 5 min
8. Identifying areas in one's own Community - 10 min
9. Questions and Answers - 10 min
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Primary Content Level: Intermediate
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