Sold into prostitution – often by friends or family – then trafficked across the continent, thousands of Eastern European women every year find themselves trapped in lives of unimaginable misery.
Sex trafficking is one of the most profitable illegal businesses in both Eastern and Western Europe.
In Moldova, the poorest country in Europe, where female unemployment may reach 68 per cent and a third of the workforce lives and works abroad, it is estimated that since 1989 between 200,000 and 400,000 women have been sold into prostitution elsewhere – perhaps 10 per cent of the female population.
The country is the main exporter of sex slaves for the continent.
The women and girls never receive money from the client or pimp.
They are not allowed to contact anybody.
They are isolated, threatened, tied up, or even force-fed drugs to control them.
Many speak of being raped, urinated on, badly beaten up.
Ninety per cent of sex-trafficked women contract sexually transmitted diseases, hepatitis or AIDS.
And many suffer psychological trauma – advanced schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder.

There are countless cases of missing women.
A search in Moldovan villages revealed the emptiness of places where the women were formerly a natural presence.
There were families living in hope that one day they would see their mother, daughter, wife, sister again.
And children who didn’t remember how their mother looked.
Human trafficking rings operate with impunity in Moldova, where they are for the most part under government protection and where a number of local government officials are involved with the rings.
No government officials have ever been charged with human trafficking or prostitution offences in Moldova.

Volunteer today for a better tomorrow..
Require the following skills:
Ability to teach adults beginners English course and Maths.
Ability to interact with students patiently.
Ability to handle stress and create a quality friendship between student and teacher.
Experience is an advantage however is not required; you will be giving materials and will get support from other teachers.
If you don't mind the environment and our limited sleeping quarters for teachers then you are welcome to join us.

Please note:

We provide little stipends money /gift for compensation as we depend on donations and volunteers to help these women and at the moment we are poorly funded, thank your for understanding. 

Send us mail if you are interested to join this amazing experience.
The future of these poor women depends on extending our educational assistance to both adults and young people as this will make them self reliant. IIMAC believes that women who are lacking educational opportunities are trapped permanently in poverty. Without jobs or skills to generate income, many people have migrated from the rural farming communities to the cities in search.  Unfortunately, many of these people fail to find work and are forced to exist on the streets as beggars some end up being used for sex worker or drug trafficking.
We constructed the adult Skills Training Center to give individuals the opportunity to learn new trades in order to generate income.  
The training programs help to prepare the young adults to become employable and self-reliant.  We believe this will result in better care for their families, as well as pass their skills on to enrich their families for generations to come. 
In addition to learning valuable trades, every individual enrolled in our Skills Enhancement Program must learn basic reading skills and arithmetic.  We hope that this knowledge will enable women to survive and thrive in the business world. 
2. Women's Program:
Many women are the sole provider for their children.  Our training programs are teaching women to have marketable skills that will enable them to generate an income.  Currently, we enroll women at our Skills Training Center.  They will be learning the following skills:
  •  Basket weaving 
  •  Cotton Spinning
  •  Embroidery
  •  Jewelry Making
  • English Language
  • Beauty 
  • Fashion and designing 
3.IIMAC Free Education Program Location 
         Lagos Nigeria West Africa.
 Volunteer Program Duration 
5-8 weeks, 7-12 months 

Typical Duration of Program 
7-12 months

inquire for specific dates
The mission of IIMAC  is to give individuals the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to international education in developing nations. Summer teaching opportunities, long-term and semester-long opportunities are available. Summer positions are available in Cambodia and Nigeria and  will soon be available in South Africa,United kingdom,Canada,France  teaching English, studying the language and engaging in cross-cultural activities. 
For the summer programs, volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and fluent in English. For the year-long programs, volunteers must have a bachelor's degree and be from any country.
Languages Used as a Medium of Teaching
Cost in US$:
Depends on the program
Cost Includes:Emergency evacuation services
In-country orientation/Training
In-country staff supports
International travel
Language instruction
Living stipend
Medical insurance
Pre-departure orientation/Training
Written materials abroad
Written materials pre-departure
Program Fees Include:
Several IIMAC programs self funded and supported by volunteers. However, the schools that most need educators cannot afford to cover all of the costs associated with training, travel, insurance, and other expenses related to placing a teacher overseas. Because  International Initiative For Mother And Child Nonprofit (IIMAC)  receives no income from government grants or an endowment, we ask each volunteer to contribute or fundraise the cost of their placement and training in these countries, while the host community provides housing and a small stipend to support you during your service.
By requesting that volunteers help fund their service overseas, IIMAC is able to provide volunteer educators to local communities that would not otherwise be able to afford qualified teachers .The majority of our volunteers end up fundraising at least some portion of their program cost.
Room and board for all volunteers & year-long volunteers also receive a living stipend from the institution where they are teaching. Experience Required
Volunteer Types
Adult Education
English Teaching
Health Education
Primary Education
Public Education
Secondary Education
Skill Training
Age Range
Volunteers must be 18 for summer programs, and have a BA degree for year-long programs
Typical Living Arrangements
Participants Travel
In Groups
Typically Participants Work
Application Process Involves
Must participate in country NGO

Letters of Reference
In-Person Interview when Feasible
Physical Exam/Health Records
Written Application

Registration is a must
Typically The Application Process Time is
1-2 weeks
Post Services Include
Alumni Network
Exit Debriefing Abroad
International Initiative For Mother And Child Nonprofit (IIMACMission Statement
Our Mission is to establish a medium which will help us completely curb and eradicate poverty in women by education women on ways to survive in their home country thus playing a role in creating a stronger economy.  International Initiative For Mother And Child Nonprofit (IIMAC)  is anchored with the United Nation Millennium Development Goal by promoting women rights, gender equality and empowering women who are poor illegal immigrant which will contribute to achieving all the other goals, from reducing poverty and hunger to saving children’s lives, improving maternal health of illegal women and children ,ensuring free education , combating illegal immigrant of  sex and drug traffickers victimization, and ensuring environmental sustainability by providing means of livelihood for the migrants including financial and skilled training support that will enable them go back home as established individuals.`
Homeless shelters are temporary residences for homeless people which seek to protect vulnerable populations from the often devastating effects of homelessness while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact on the community. They are similar to but distinguishable from various type of emergency shelters, which are typically operated for specific circumstances and populations - fleeing natural disasters or abusive social circumstances. Extreme variants of "normal" weather create problems similar to disaster management scenarios, and are handled with warming centers, which typically operate for short duration during adverse weather.
Corruption is evil!
Corruption affects all regions of the world and all levels of society, but the impact is greatest in developing countries. Every year, developing countries lose USD 50 million to 100 million through corrupt acts. Corruption undermines political, social and economic stability and damages trust in institutions and authorities. It also fuels transnational crime.

terrorists and organized criminals are aided in their illegal activities by the complicity of corrupt public officials. Corruption is of particular concern for the world’s police and judicial systems, as corruption in one country can compromise an entire international investigation. There is clear recognition by the international community that further work to enhance co-operation between law enforcement authorities is needed in order to co-ordinate global action against corruption.

Corruption is the abuse of power by a public official for private gain or any organized, interdependent system in which part of the system is either not performing duties it was originally intended to, or performing them in an improper way, to the detriment of the system's original purpose. The abuse of public offices for private gain is paradigmatic of corruption.A common belief is that corruption is a judge taking bribes. The definition exceeds this theory.

Corruption describes any organized, interdependent system in which part of the system is either not performing duties it was originally intended to, or performing them in an improper way, to the detriment of the system's original.While corruption may facilitate criminal enterprise such as, and mail fraud. it is not restricted to these activities. The end-point of political corruption is a literally "rule by thieves"

Sweatshops violate women's human rights throughout the world. Common abuses include low wages that fail to meet basic costs of living, substandard and unsafe working and living conditions, long hours of overtime for which employees are not compensated, and sexual harassment. In addition to these, women are often forced into indentured servitude. Lured by recruiters who promise wonderful opportunities in foreign lands, young women often pay thousands of dollars in recruitment and contract "fees", tying themselves to contractual obligations that can last for years. Because their wages are often only $.10 to $.20 per hour, the women may receive no wages for years as they attempt to pay off these debts. If the women try to return home without fulfilling their contractual obligations, they are often blacklisted, fined, or arrested. Many women are not paid even without such debt. Sweatshops often fail to pay their employees on time, if at all. The workers, who are often unaware of their rights, have no choice but to continue to work because sweatshop managers threaten and punish them for insubordination.

The vicious cycle of poverty that unfolds when women work more and earn less and children, as a result, get less food and maternal time, is both commonplace and hard to break. But recent studies have also made clear that while households headed or maintained by women may lack resources, they are generally more  “resourceful”  than their male counterparts. In Brazil, for instance, economist Duncan Thomas has found that income in the hands of mothers has an effect on child health that is almost 20 times greater than income that is controlled by the father. Similar results have been reported inChile, Guatemala, Kenya, and Malawi. The key appears to be that in households where women control resources, they prefer (whether for reasons of nature or nurture) to invest scarce resources in child well-being. In Jamaica, for instance, studies have found that female-headed households spend more on food and other family-oriented goods than male-headed households. Our voiceThe majority of women obtain low-wage work because of persistent sexual discrimination in terms of employment and wages. In Honduras, for example, coffee and tobacco farmers prefer to hire girls and women as laborers because they are willing to accept lower wages and are more reliable workers. Especially in poor countries, female labor is primarily sought for low-paid positions in services, agriculture, small-scale commerce, and in the growing, unregulated manufacturing and agribusiness industries, which pay their workers individual rather than family wages, offer seasonal or part-time employment, and carry few or no benefits. Hence, this explains the seemingly contradictory trends of women’s increased economic participation alongside their growing impoverishment.We hope you enjoy the post please leave us a comment .Thanks
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