“My mode of living has extraordinarily changed due to human trafficking.
Our solid future, on which we stand, now lies in the hands of wicked traffickers.
Oh mother Africa, I am tired of being legalistic and complicated to others.
Is this all my achievement? Why don’t you punish traffickers for these crimes against humanity?”
— Ahiadorme, Sakumono Estate, Tema, From our book Our Voices, We Must Be Heard


Dream On envisions a world where freedom from slavery is an indomitable right from birth and access to basic human rights paves the way toward fulfillment of dreams and aspirations.


To combat gender-based violence and human trafficking and the underlying causes using a culturally sensitive community-based approach.


In support of our mission, Dream On:

  • Raises awareness about human trafficking for sexual exploitation and commercial labor, as well as all other forms of modern-day slavery.
  • Collaborates with civil society and governmental stakeholders to create long-lasting and sustainable solutions including creation of infrastructure, drafting and implementation of effective policy and a nationwide awareness/education on human trafficking and its underlying causes.
  • Empowers children and youth to combat human trafficking and curb the demand for such practices in their society.
  • Works on precedent setting human rights abuse cases and sets standards to be followed, as well as sends a clear message to perpetrators that they will be prosecuted.
  • Sets holistic and culturally sensitive standards for victim aftercare.
  • Implements community health programs to address the underlying causes that contribute to human trafficking and human rights abuses.
  • Provides educational/training opportunities to vulnerable children and survivors of GBV and human trafficking through the tertiary level.
  • Provides training programs for professionals in law enforcement, immigration, media, civil society, academic institutions, and the health sector on various aspects of human trafficking.