They are often moved into different countries where people speak and write languages they cannot understand. This makes their situation even more difficult, when it comes to seeking help . The combination of location and language makes seeking help nearly impossible. Most countries have laws or other rules established to try to save and protect victims of human trafficking. However, victims are generally kept unaware of these.

Victims often come from countries where corruption is common and traffickers work hand in hand with police. Considering these factors. Twentyfour -Seven has developed a patented method of delivering lifesaving information to victims in transit anywhere in the world.

Referred to as the Primary Contact Point project at Twentyfour-Seven, we are constantly updating the information our codes are designed to deliver . Our hope is within the next three years, we will have the anti-trafficking laws of every country in the world, translated into the twenty most commonly spoken languages. This will give us the ability to reach 80% of the worlds population. Additionally, we seek to partner with other organizations' and Governments who have a vested interest in providing their local information to victims.

If you are a Government or organization who would like to help, please contact us. We are also actively seeking volunteers to help us distribute the information in Bus Stations, Train Stations, Airports and other hubs of public transportation.

During the transportation of a victim it is inevitable that the girl will be able to use the public lavatory. A restroom is a private place generally inaccessible to the victims’ owner. The location provides a perfect opportunity for delivery of information to the sexually exploited girls. By helping us place coded stickers in the stalls or the mirrors of a public lavatories you help us reach another victim.