Right now, women and girls in Indonesia are being horrifically exploited and abused. Many are being trafficked into brutal and humiliating sex work. Children as young as ten are being sold into forced labour.
You can help protect women and girls in Indonesia from trafficking and exploitation. And bring their abusers to justice.
Meet some of the women we've helped in Indonesia
Meet Beauty Erawati, Founder and Director of Oxfam's partner organisation – the Association of Indonesian Women for Justice (APIK), in Indonesia. Beauty is quite simply one of the bravest women we know.
Kus, Juri and April are from a very poor part of Lombok. They are just 15, 16 and 17 years old. Their families are uneducated and work the land.
Their village was approached by an agent of the human trafficking gangs (mafia) and the girls were offered “waitress training and work in a 5 star hotel”.