No one should ever be a slave! The most effective strategy for addressing modern day slavery and human trafficking is to teach vulnerable communities prevention strategies that will keep individuals safe and families intact.

Your donation will provide resources to fund trainings resulting in hundreds being kept from such insidious harm! 


Real Stories

Rescued from Slavery

In 2017 ENA rescue 12 children from slavery in the fishing industry on Lake Volta in Ghana. Children as young as 6 years old are sent to the lake for fishing, some working for over 17 hours a day. 


Our primary rescue focus is to teach vulnerable communities prevention tactics against modern slavery and human trafficking. 

Rescue & Rehabilitate

We partner with other organization to assist in rescuing and rehabilitating victims of human trafficking and modern slavery. 


We assist law enforcement agencies, attorneys general, and prosecutors who arrest and imprison traffickers and slave-masters.




dōTERRA’s vision of “bringing healing and hope to the world through providing global communities with the tools needed to become self reliant” is exactly what we’d hoped to find in a partner organization. A significant dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation donation led to the recent rescue of 110 girls from human trafficking! These girls were not only rescued but are also being provided with crucial aftercare. Because of dōTERRA, these girls get their lives back! THANK YOU dōTERRA for your incredible impact! 

“We carefully vet the organizations we get involved with, and we have the greatest respect and most explicit trust in ENA. We’ve seen great actionreal movement of helping people that need it. We’re excited to continue to grow our relationship, and together, make a difference.” – Missy W. Larsen, VP Philanthropy & Community Impact, dōTERRA

We 100% echo Missy’s expression of trust and look forward to a strong and long-lasting relationship with this incredible organization. Thank you again!

Engage today in the rescue

Engage today to help prevent thousands of people from being trafficked into slavery.