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Posts tagged Annual Reports
  • 2014 Impact Report


    July 2nd, 2015

    In 2014, we launched the Children’s Border Project to respond to the acute needs of unaccompanied children at the U.S.-Mexico border, and our groundbreaking Forced Marriage Initiative reached new heights of success.

  • 2013 Impact Report


    April 23rd, 2014

    At the time of this publication, Tahirih had assisted nearly 15,000 women and children seeking protection from gender-based human rights abuses such as rape, female genital mutilation, domestic violence, human trafficking, “honor” crimes, and forced marriage.

  • 2011-2012 Impact Report


    April 23rd, 2013

    This snapshot of our lifesaving programs to date depicts our phenomenal growth as a national non-profit.

  • 15th Anniversary Report


    April 25th, 2012

    Tahirih Justice Center has made incredible strides in the protection of immigrant women and girls over 15 years of operation.

  • 2010 Impact Report


    April 5th, 2011

    In 2010, Tahirih Justice Center provided direct services to 852 women, girls, and family members fleeing violence. Including referrals, we assisted a total of 1,022 individuals from our three offices across the United States.

  • 2009 Impact Report


    April 8th, 2010

    The distance between the violent reality of the women we serve and our vision of their future is one of our biggest challenges. Every day, we see the profound needs of our clients and are contacted by immigrant women and girls from around the country and globe who need our help. In 2009, we made great strides to expand our reach on a national level.

  • 10th Anniversary Report


    April 8th, 2008

    As we mark the end of our first decade of service to immigrant women and girls fleeing violence, we take a moment to reflect on why we do what we do. We take a moment to emphasize how our remarkable achievements have been possible. And we take a moment to share with you our hopeful vision of the future.