Give Way to Freedom Recognized by State of Vermont

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The Give Way to Freedom Organization fights against human trafficking by providing various resources to the local and global community.  Based in Vermont, the organization has partnered with the University of Vermont College of Medicine Public Health Project, as well as the Vermont task force.  Other domestic projects include providing a toolkit and training materials to the Massachusetts General Hospital for health care professionals and coordinating a rapid response support system.

The organization is also associated with various international projects in the fight against human trafficking.  Give Way to Freedom is working on a social action project for women’s crisis centers in Mae Sot, Thailand and is also working with partner program Children On the Edge.  The organization also works with Freedom House in Kisumu, Kenya and the Helen Bamber Foundation in London.

Give Way to Freedom director Edith Klimoski was recently recognized by the state of Vermont and awarded for her work on behalf of survivors of human trafficking.  It is a great achievement to be recognized by the state for the powerful work both she and the organization are doing, and Freedom Network is proud to support this influential agency.