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Overview

In keeping with our investment roots, we take our role in evaluating our impact very seriously. We direct resources to anti-slavery initiatives across the world where they can make the biggest difference. We measure what works, we learn from unexpected results, and we share our knowledge.

Transparent results, published online

Every six months we publish the latest data showing what impact our partners have achieved with the Freedom Fund’s support.

Read our 2016 Annual Impact Report. 

Below we have highlighted results up to the end of June 2017 for the 101 organisations we are investing in as part of our six operational hotspot programs. You can find a PDF of our latest impact results here.

LIVES IMPACTED 338,498
NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIBERATED 13,522
NUMBER OF AT-RISK CHILDREN IN SCHOOL 34,246
COST PER PERSON $50
LEGAL CASES ASSISTED 2,456
COMMUNITY FREEDOM GROUPS SUPPORTED 5,453
SURVIVORS ACCESSING RECOVERY SERVICES 13,815
MICRO-ENTERPRISES STARTED 10,259

Total Invested

$21.06M

AVERAGE ANNUAL GRANT SIZE

CENTRAL NEPAL

$44,437 Average Grant Size
19 Partners

ETHIOPIA

$87,281 Average Grant Size
15 Partners

Northern India

$97,700 Average Grant Size
22 Partners

South-Eastern Nepal

$61,599 Average Grant Size
13 Partners

Southern India

$93,764 Average Grant Size
17 Partners

Thailand

$93,796 Average Grant Size
15 Partners

GLOBAL

$80,244 Average Grant Size
101 Partners

NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIBERATED*

CENTRAL NEPAL

618 people liberated

NORTHERN INDIA

10,302 people liberated

SOUTH-EASTERN NEPAL

600 people liberated

SOUTHERN INDIA

1,628 people liberated

THAILAND

374 people liberated

*Number of people liberated from any form of slavery, be it through gradual change of circumstance or shorter “rescue event”. The Freedom Fund’s approach is to only support liberations where services for survivor recovery are provided. We formalised this policy with partners in July 2016. Prior to this date a small proportion of reported liberations may not have included follow-up support.

Survivor recovery services are provided (by Freedom Fund partner or other agency) to ensure the individual can resettle with their family or independently, and can access socio-economic and legal assistance to ensure their freedom can be sustained.