A child goes missing every five hours in South Africa, according to figures released by the South African Police Service Missing Persons Bureau for 2013. This adds up to a total of 1697 children. Trafficking in children is a global problem affecting large numbers of children. Human trafficking is the second biggest profit-making crime in the world next to drug trafficking, and there are about 27 million people enslaved in the world today. In Africa, over two million people are trafficked annually, and of this number there is an estimated 30 000 children as young as 4, who are being prostituted in South Africa. According to UNICEF and World Concern some estimates have as many as 1.2 million children being trafficked every year. “Children and their families are often unaware of the dangers of trafficking, believing that better employment and lives lie in other countries.” The reality is shocking and undeniable – there is a tremendous demand for children to be traded into forced (cheap) labour or for sexual exploitation.
It can happen to your child! Make your Child a Hard Target!
The Child Abduction Prevention Course (C.A.P.) course is offered worldwide by authorized COBRA training centers only. The course has one single training focus and that is keeping children safe from abductions/kidnapping.
Next course starts: 21 September 2019
Class times: 10h00-12h00
Venue: C.O.B.R.A. Regional Training Center, 12A Bloemendal Ave, Rayton, Bloemfontein
Your Investment: R 750.00 per person