By William Greenbaum and Maurice Middleberg
Sylvester and Emmanuel were side-by-side as members of the Community Child Protection Committee (CCPC), sitting on plastic chairs and gathered under a tarp to ward off the sun. The CCPC had assembled to talk about efforts to eradicate child trafficking from Hweda, a modest farming and fishing village. Committee members receive no compensation for their work and volunteer their time, though they are typically no better off than other villagers.
We asked: “Why do this? This read more >