Angel is from Tanzania and worked as a live-in domestic worker from the age of fourteen.
“I looked after two children, cleaned, washed clothes, fetched water and cooked. I woke up at 5:30am and worked until I went to bed at 11pm.”
With our support, Angel went on to influence the international domestic work convention and was recognised by the Queen with the Young Leader Award in 2015.
Bringing her family out of slavery to freedom
Long fight for justice for their childhood slavery
From slavery to living a free life and sending children to school
Former slave who successfully took her country to court
Away from child marriage to child domestic work, then happy escape.
A community came together
to protect children from begging
From child domestic worker to children’s rights champion
From debt bondage in brick kilns to dramatic escape
From herding goats to becoming a leader in school
Long fight for freedom from debt bondage for him and his family