Creating a better tomorrow for sex trafficked girls

Modern day human trafficking occurs daily under our very eyes. The average age of a child trafficked in Hawaii is about 13 years old. We have the opportunity to make a huge difference in the lives of not only the children, but their families.

This year, Rotary District 5000 is partnering with Hoʻōla Nā Pua to create Hawaii's first long-term licensed residential special treatment campus for underage females rescued from sexual exploitation. Pearl Haven will help survivors and their families rebuild their lives and become productive members of our community.

Click here for more information on Hoʻōla Nā Pua.

Click here for more information on the Pearl Haven project.


Keep an eye on this page for more information about Rotary District 5000's Anti-Human Trafficking Initiatives.