Project Help | Human Exploitation

WMU sheds light on critical issues while giving churches practical ways to confront them through Project HELP. During 2010-2014 the critical issue was Human Exploitation.

Through national WMU's Project HELP®, WMU® began its focus on human exploitation. We have defined human exploitation as the unethical, selfish use of human beings for the satisfaction of personal desires and/or profitable advantage and we have chosen to focus on six areas of exploitation: bullying, labor trafficking, media exploitation, natural resource exploitation, pornography, and sex trafficking.

Click to view the video presentation by Laurie Register about human exploitation.

South Carolina WMU has produced the following resources to help individuals and churches pray for issues relating to human trafficking, be educated about the issues, and make active consumer choices that will reduce the demand for trafficked goods: