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Crisis Response

Helping girls escape exploitation through emergency outreach, court advocacy, and supportive counseling.

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Prevention Education

Educating girls and boys in public schools on how to stay safe from exploitation.

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Giving girls a safe and therapeutic space to learn new skills, earn an income, and increase their self-esteem.

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Empowered Survivors

Supporting girls to finish school, find jobs, and become change-makers in their own lives and beyond.

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Our Mission

FAIR Girls (formerly FAIR Fund) prevents the exploitation of girls worldwide with empowerment and education. Through prevention education, compassionate care, and survivor inclusive advocacy, FAIR Girls creates opportunities for girls to become confident, happy, healthy young women. 

FAIR Girls currently operates programs in Bosnia, Montenegro, Serbia, Russia, Uganda, and the United States. The FAIR Girls home office in Washington, D.C. offers compassionate care to prevent the exploitation of all girls, with a special emphasis on girls who have experienced homelessness, life inside the foster care system, sexual abuse, and trafficking.

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Recent News

  • 17 Jun 2015
    Read FG Executive Director, Andrea Powell's Op-ed Published on
    Read FG Executive Director, Andrea Powell's Op-ed Published on
    Since 2004, the United States has taken leadership in holding itself and countries worldwide accountable in efforts to combat human trafficking. Now, we are considering rewarding one of the world’s most egregious violators of basic human freedom. 
    If we care about ending slavery, we cannot allow Malaysia to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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  • 01 Dec 2014
    Night of the Girl 2014: Sex Trafficking in DC
    Night of the Girl 2014: Sex Trafficking in DC
    On October 10th, 2014, Fair Girls converted a DC motel room into an exhibit of graphic ads, pictures and excerpts of direct accounts from victims - young girls lured into the trafficking. The items were posted all over the motel room walls for effect. They then invited the public into the room to get a sense of what the victims go through.
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