Moni is rebuilding her life after being trafficked from her home in Bangladesh to India.

Fifteen-year-old Moni hung out at the playground in southwest Bangladesh. A man asked her about her family, and she told him her parents were divorced and how hard her mom works. He offered Moni a job in Dhaka, the capital. She instructed him to speak with her mother, and he told her to never say anything about their conversation.

Now suspicious, she began walking home. But he grabbed her, covered her mouth with a handkerchief, and forced her onto his motorbike. She woke up in India.

Moni’s community came together to find her and bring her home. World Vision provided her with counseling care and also helped her mom find ways to earn more money. Now Moni is back in school and dreams about the future.

“See how they lie in wait for me! Fierce men conspire against me for no offense or sin of mine, Lord.” Psalm 59:3

Father, thank You for guiding Moni’s community in finding her. Continue to heal her. Foil the plans of those who plot evil against vulnerable children. Turn their hearts, so they might seek good instead of harm and evil.

Photo©2014 World Vision, Lipy Mary Rodrigues

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