'Break the Chain' Wristband



O.U.R. Aftercare and partners are working in international regions to provide support to migrant domestic workers and help break the chain of trafficking they are often forced into.

Many women are leaving their homes to travel to other countries for employment opportunities, which end up being fraudulent. The fraudulent agencies often withhold the womens’ travel documents and threaten them, which also leaves them vulnerable to exploitation and trafficking. 

Our team is working with foreign immigration offices and local governments to create bracelets with a hotline number that will be given to migrant domestic workers. This will empower them to know who to call if they are being exploited or trafficked.

For every pair of silicone O.U.R. bracelets purchased, O.U.R. will be able to provide 12 hotline bracelets to migrant domestic workers, who are at risk of being trafficked and exploited.

Product information:

  • Silicone bracelets
  • Wristbands are yellow or black
  • No custom color orders accepted

YOUR IMPACT

Your donation helps us provide a prevention resource in case anyone like the survivors in the stories below find
themselves in a dangerous situation where they need a number to call.

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IMPACT STORY

Three Survivors Reunite with Family

After being trafficked to another country by a false employment agency, these women were overwhelmed with joy when they saw their families again. 
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IMPACT STORY

Jennifer Finds Light and Hope

As a newlywed, Jennifer was trafficked far from her home in West Africa to the Mediterranean. After suffering much, Jennifer decided to run away to escape the horror that her traffickers put her through every day. 
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IMPACT STORY

Joanna, Beth, and Peace Fly Home

These three women were manipulated to think that a great adventure awaited them when they arrived in Southern Asia. The girls said the traffickers "tried to make us feel like they didn’t see us as humans."
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