Inspired by the success of Project Protect within the Canadian banking sector, Project Recover looks to be another first of its kind in anti-trafficking partnerships in Canada.

Since November 2017 Project Recover has been an advocate of survivors raising the awareness of the aspects of fraud and financial coercion associated with Human Trafficking.

 The efforts of survivors to rebuild their lives through education and suitable housing has been unnecessarily complicated by the impact of fraud and financial coercion on their credit profiles.

Since 2017 a number of Canadian lenders have worked to implement processes to assist survivors in addressing the credit issues they face. 


Project Recover would like to acknowledge the Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking for their ongoing assistance.  Their relentless effort and commitment to helping  victims and survivors of human trafficking have been instrumental in providing a solution to this issue.

   For more information on human trafficking in Canada, please see The Centre's website below for resources