20,000 kilns. 4.5M people in slavery. And that’s just one country. Their lives matter.
The workers live in deplorable conditions, the water they use to mix the soil gives them skin diseases and the hazardous fumes from the billowing black smoke during the brick-making process causes asthma and other diseases and increase the risk of contracting tuberculosis. There are no proper toilet facilities, at the kilns or where the workers live. The women have to go in the open, either late night or early morning. They are harassed, their photos are taken and these women are then exploited.
They have no hope of ever being free, until God moved on the hearts of generous conduit donors to pay their debt, which was all from medical bills. Today they are free. Almost 20 families now have been freed! Thank you for your generosity in making this possible. If you want to help follow the link below.