AFJ

Tuesday 19 August 2014

AFJ is an association involved in hosting, supporting and protecting women victims of sexual exploitation. The center can host twelve. It was created by the Institute of the Worshipper in 1967 and is supervized by Amaranta Solidarity Foundation since 2012.
The international status of the institution, and the Parisian experience of the past decade with victims based on France, has allowed us to refine and develop our skills.

The specifics of AFJ include:
- Identification, counselling, protection, and home support through comprehensive and appropriate care for women victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation (housing, educational support, medical, social, legal, psychological and financial assistance).
- Awareness and guidance, through listening and training our partners and the government.
The center receives approximately forty victims every year and accompanies about fifty women.
Website: AFJ

Contact: Yolanda Gutierrez Moya
directrice.afj@gmail.com
afj.servicesocial@gmail.com
Website: AFJ

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