The Missing Anti Trafficking Programme (MATp)
The Missing Anti Trafficking Programme (MATp) incorporates social activism and community engagement in the student experience by providing a blueprint for students to become youth leaders raise awareness about trafficking. We believe awareness leads to acceptance and a solution. You’ll be surprised that most people are not aware about the horrors of trafficking or how this issue affects them.
You’re about to change that. This Programme is for you. It’s for people of all ages from anywhere who won’t accept the norm and are ready to do something for a safer and more positive world. This Programme is for anyone above the age of 12.
Our objective is to show you the difference a proactive individual can make in their community through art, activism and engagement. The Programme works on a schedule with monthly time sensitive challenges or activities to be completed.
Explore here to know how to join or conduct MATp in your school or community.
Reports and Research
Explore our Activity and Impact PDF reports.
ANNUAL REPORT 2019-20IMPACT REPORT 2018-19RURAL IMPACT REPORT 2018-19ANNUAL REPORT 2017-18ANNUAL REPORT 2016-17ANNUAL REPORT 2015-16 MISSING SEX WATCH SURVEY
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We are hiring!
We are a passionate bunch at Missing Link Trust and we are always looking at like-minded people keen at working in the impact sector.
If you are a graduate with experience in social sector, corporate professional looking to contribute full time or part time or someone with skills in graphic design, project management, IT and digital marketing, we are looking for you!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with short introduction
about yourself and a CV. We will get back to you.
See and participate through our videos to increase your awareness. You can explore our journey through Leena’s experience
or watch our volunteers and community at work in our murals and school awareness programme. Our tribe keeps on increasing.
See some of the country’s prominent public figures and thinkers give their sound bytes in support to our cause.