Who We Are

STOP THE TRAFFIK Kenya (STTK) is an affiliate of STOP THE TRAFFIK Global (STTG) which is a movement that aims to prevent human trafficking. The founding members of STTK are The Salvation Army, Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART) Kenya, Trace Kenya, Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA)and Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa (FECCLAHA). The current steering committee members are CAPA, HAART Kenya, The Salvation Army and Trace Kenya.
Stop the Traffik- Kenya was officially launched in February 2018. STTK seeks to prevent trafficking by engaging in community transformation, gathering and sharing knowledge as well as through global campaigning. The membership is open to individuals, civil society organizations and the private sector.

Our Purpose

STOP THE TRAFFIK exists to end the buying and selling of people. We are a global movement of activists from all sectors of society who passionately give our time and energy, uniting to build resilient communities and disrupt and prevent human trafficking and its harm and abuse to human beings. We campaign for a traffik-free world!

Community transformation

We shine a light on the crime of human trafficking. We equip people to understand what trafficking is, how it affects them and what they can do about it

Global campaigning

We inform consumers about how trafficking impacts the supply chains of businesses world-wide. We equip and empower consumers to change their buying habits, campaign for change.

Gathering and sharing knowledge

We gather and analyse information from individuals and stakeholders around the world on how and where trafficking is taking place.

Our Values


We are public and transparent about our work and our relationships with others. We welcome dialogue with organisations and individuals who hold contrary points of view.


We generous with our resources and knowledge to empower and equip others.


We always act with integrity whether it is handling information, data or through our interactions with diverse stakeholders. We act responsibly to ensure no harm is caused through STOP THE TRAFFIK activity.


We are inclusive and will not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, gender, sexuality, nation of origin, age or disability.


We actively seek to collaborate and work in partnership with organisations and stakeholders working to prevent human trafficking.

Human Dignity

We believe in the inherent value and dignity of every human life. We believe no man, woman or child should be trafficked and exploited. STOP THE TRAFFIK recognise that when a person is trafficked it is a violation of their human rights as laid out in The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Our Character

STOP THE TRAFFIKs character defines how we communicate who we are, what we do and how we do it. These characteristics should enable STOP THE TRAFFIKs message and materials to be contextualised for any audience or region whilst maintaining an undeniable sense of who we are

We convey the issue of human trafficking without cliché, tired or expected images. We are innovative and challenging in our approach. We strive to be creative and different to provoke understanding and ultimately action that will end the buying and selling of people.

We want to empower; those who might have experienced trafficking, those whove never heard of it and those who want to do something to prevent it.

We view the human being with ultimate dignity and feel uncomfortable using images that exploit or victimise. We invite people to hear and respond to our message without being threatening or manipulated by it.

We challenge ignorance and apathy. We challenge culture, systems and all sectors of society that allow and enable human trafficking to continue. We are always legal. We challenge to bring change that will prevent and end the buying and selling of people.

Our message and materials are excellent; we have high standards and take time to ensure they are met. All communications conform to brand guidelines and its understood that this is within the resources and budget available. As a campaigning movement effective communication and message are central to our impact.

We are inclusive in the way that we talk; we are always conscious not to alienate people through language, jargon or assumptions.