Accenture skilled volunteers are helping select the best learning management system for Present Age Ministries, so that they can increase community awareness and understanding of Human Trafficking, which will help further ability to combating the sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of teen girls.
Present Age Ministries (PAM) has been challenged with meeting the demand for Human Trafficking awareness training by the community, including Law Enforcement, Teachers, Health Care Professionals, and more. Currently, these trainings are done live, in-person and virtually, and are limited to the availability of the facilitator. They have identified a learning management system (LMS), Ruzuku, to help them deepen and broaden their impact.
As the recipient of the 2022 Mission Possible Award, PAM will partner with an Accenture volunteer team to assess their current state of delivering Human Trafficking awareness training and content, identify and document business requirements for a LMS, assess if Ruzuku is the best solution while identifying other potential solutions, demoing and evaluating potential solutions, empowering PAM to make the best decision for their organization, and implementing the new LMS.
The impact of this project will enable PAM to expand their training services to a larger audience, share updated and accurate content, serve state and national needs, increase victim identification with professionals, increase funding to support the increase of victim identification, and increase prevention efforts with community members to reduce vulnerabilities and risk factors.
- Volunteer team: Accenture – Craig Cooksey and Stephen Christiansen
- Nonprofit team: Hannah Arrowood