Opened in 2011, Courage House is a long-term rehabilitation program for minor victims of sex trafficking in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. Ten years ago, Courage House Tanzania opened to 10 girls and 2 babies. As of November 2021, 46 girls and 14 of their children call Courage House and Courage House Too home! Over the course of the last nine years, 62 trafficking survivors along with their children have joined the Courage Worldwide family and embarked on their journey of healing and freedom.
The foundation of Courage House is to:
- Rescue the most vulnerable: young girls trapped in sexual slavery and exploitation.
- Restore the girls’ physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health through education, around-the-clock care, trauma-informed counseling, music & sports, and much more.
- Reintegrate each girl into society, equipped through their specially-designed Unique Life Plan and further education, vocational training and life skills.