The aim of the Mission 14 Sewing School in Mangua, Nicaragua is to provide job training and successful job placement in the local apparel sewing industry for unemployed adult women and men living in impoverished communities.
Our hope is to partner with foreign and locally owned garment manufacturers and NGO's to change as many lives as possible and effectively break the cycle of poverty.
Mission 14 partners with non-profit organizations in the U.S. as well as local and federal agencies in launching best in class training seminars for law enforcement, human trafficking professionals and victim service providers. These annual, highly effective 3-5 day conferences provide valuable information on the identification and investigation of human trafficking.
IF YOU HELP CHANGE A LIFE, YOU CHANGE THE WORLD.
Join our army of difference makers, together, we have the power to end modern-day slavery.
On November 19, 2015, please join us for a fundraiser to welcome home Mission 14 Founder and CEO Nick Cienski from his attempt to summit 6 of the world’s highest mountains to drive action and raise awareness for human trafficking.
For tickets to this event, visit our EventBrite page. Together, we have the power to end modern-day slavery.