Pivot provides assistance information to female human trafficking victims without detection by their captors. Ordinary-looking sanitary pads are distributed by healthcare providers, outreach workers, and activists to suspected victims. Hidden inside each pad is an insert printed on water-soluble paper with information on how to seek help and a trafficking hotline number. Victims access the insert in the privacy of a restroom, detach the phone number (disguised as a fortune-cookie tab), and flush the rest of the insert in the toilet, allowing the victims to safely carry the necessary information with them until they are mentally and physically ready to seek help.
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