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    The Joseph Movement NPC – Company Profile – as at 21.09.2022



    The Joseph Movement NPC
    NPC 2022/336121/08
    A society that is fully aware of what Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery looks like, fully
    equipped and active in combatting it.
    Reducing, Exposing and Preventing Human Trafficking, Modern-Day Slavery and Sexual Exploitation
    through Education, Activism, Advocacy, Support and Evangelical Outreaches.
    The Joseph Movement helps Reduce, Expose and Prevent Modern-Day Slavery, Human Trafficking and
    Sexual Exploitation. This is achieved by creating awareness through online & direct education, including
    Preventative Awareness, Victim Identification, Pornography Addiction Awareness, Events and
    With our events we restore hope, support the vulnerable and expose the truth of Human Trafficking and
    Modern-Day Slavery. We teach people how to decrease demand which constitutes to Trafficking in
    Persons or Slavery, as well as involve them to make a tangible difference in their community.
    Human Trafficking STATISTICS:
    Due to the growth of this great epidemic called Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery, collaboration
    with other Counter Trafficking organisations is imperative. Therefore, we involve and invite organisations
    Kraaifontein, Western Cape
    Contact: 082 766 9870
    NPC Registration Nr: 2022 / 336121 / 08
    Directors: Tershia de Klerk, Colin Newman, Suezell de Kock, Simone Simon, Johanita Jordaan
    and key professionals to assist on various levels, from Education, Extraction, Counselling, Assisting Victims
    with Skills Development and Integrating them back to become part of society.
    We are a family of freedom fighters and together we are making a difference to eliminate Trafficking in
    Persons and Modern-Day Slavery.
    ❖ Awareness & Education – through talks, presentations, webinars, media interviews and YouTube talks,
    as well as through Social Media. Only 1-2% of victims ever get saved, therefore prevention is key.
    ❖ Victim Identification – through talks and presentations, as well as collaborating and educating key
    organisations in vulnerable communities. If you know what to look for and how to report it, you
    become active in combatting Human Trafficking.
    ❖ Reducing Vulnerability – through key events, where we stand alongside like-minded organisations and
    host Online Workshops, Online Talks with Experts and Hope to Healing events with Free Counselling
    for Attendees, in order to help reduce vulnerability. Traffickers pick on the vulnerable, if the
    vulnerability is reduced, you are less of a target.
    ❖ Evangelical Outreaches –Street outreaches, as well as hosting of events, to assist those Trapped in
    Trafficking. If the Victims or the Traffickers realise the truth behind the Love of God, His forgiveness,
    and His purpose for them, then hope can be restored and Trafficking can be reduced.
    ❖ Collaboration–Supporting and working with other organisations that are fighting for the same cause.
    As a unit, we counter Human Trafficking, some extract, some educate, some counsel, some feed, some
    equip – we are a family of Anti-Human Trafficking Activists.
    Good media relationships and frequent interviews; Effective use of Social Media, for informing,
    equipping and updating the public; Training Victim Identifiers and Reporters; Events and Outreaches
    that help reduce vulnerability and restore hope.
    OUR VALUES are strictly based on Biblical Principles and a Christian Work-ethic.
    Visit our Website, as well as our various Social Media pages:
    • Website
    • YouTube
    • Google Business
    • Vimeo
    • Sound Cloud
    • Facebook Page
    • Facebook Group
    • Instagram
    • WhatsApp
    Kraaifontein, Western Cape
    Contact: 082 766 9870
    NPC Registration Nr: 2022 / 336121 / 08
    Directors: Tershia de Klerk, Colin Newman, Suezell de Kock, Simone Simon, Johanita Jordaan
    Biography Summaries
    Tershia de Klerk
    Founder & Managing Director
    Tershia de Klerk (née Breytenbach), is the Founder and Managing Director of The Joseph
    Movement NPC, following her position as Chief Operating Officer of STOP Trafficking Of
    People NPC. She is a Member of the National Freedom Network and continues building
    relationships and collaborating with various network partners – anti-Human Trafficking
    NPOs, Companies, Media and Government bodies.
    Her late husband fell victim to the debilitating effects of Pornography addiction and he
    eventually took his own life. Her personal experiences and passion to expose these issues
    has been driving her in combatting exploitation of people’s vulnerabilities. She is very
    passionate about combatting Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation.
    She studied Psychology and is currently furthering her Criminology studies. She has
    gained experience in both the corporate and Non-profit arena. Her passion for speaking up for the vulnerable, grew
    within her 15 years working with Non-profit organisations, Christian organisations, Mission organisations, as well
    as Social and Political Awareness organisations.
    Her experience ranges from Business Management and Marketing, to Events Co-ordination and Awareness, as well
    as Operations Management. She has been involved as a Team Leader at multiple Missionary Training programmes
    and has done extensive work in developing and translating Educational and Discipleship resources.
    She was Spokesperson for a Pro-life and Freedom Awareness organisations, and continues to speak up for those
    who cannot speak for themselves – She is currently the main Spokesperson for The Joseph Movement. She has
    first-hand experience of exploitation in the modelling and advertising industry.
    Johanita Jordaan
    Johanita Jordaan is the Co-founder of The Joseph Movement, as well as the Marketing
    Director. Her passion for combatting Human Trafficking started a few years ago, when
    she watched the “Nefarious – Merchant of Souls” movie. It gripped her heart deeply and
    caused her to pray and mourn for months, asking God to have mercy on the children
    being Trafficked, especially those being Trafficked by their own parents. A friend shared
    a song with her – “Do Something” by Matthew West. In the song he sings about shouting
    at God and asking Him “why don’t You do something?” and then God responds in the
    song: “I did, I created You.” This is when she realised: I need to Do Something – and she
    Johanita was a Volunteer at Stop Trafficking of People NPC and then advanced to being
    offered a part-time position.
    Kraaifontein, Western Cape
    Contact: 082 766 9870
    NPC Registration Nr: 2022 / 336121 / 08
    Directors: Tershia de Klerk, Colin Newman, Suezell de Kock, Simone Simon, Johanita Jordaan
    She practiced Judo for 11 years & Jiujitsu for 2 years, and completed a Close Protection Officer course. She then
    began doing in-depth research on the Criminal Mind & Self-Defense. Johanita wrote & designed a very useful SelfDefense Training Manual for women. While running her own self-defense business, she faced a situation where
    she was almost killed – this made her realise that it is more the Theory behind the self-defense that saves your life
    as a woman, and not only the physical capabilities.
    Her heart has also always been in Marketing & Training, and she has studied Business Management, with
    Managerial experience in the Publishing arena. She ran her own business, in which she offered services such as
    Advanced Administration, Bookkeeping, Marketing & Event Management. One of her clients was one of the biggest
    IT companies in South Africa – she Managed and Co-ordinated a variety of events for them. She has training and
    experience in Social Media Marketing & Advertising, provide Social Media and Branding services to various small
    Johanita is a natural when it comes to graphic design, video editing, as well as basic websites design.
    She also lived in Saudi Arabia with her husband for 2½ years, and is still assisting him in running his business here
    in South Africa. Combining her passion for being an anti-Human Trafficking activist, with her love for Social Media,
    Design, Marketing and Events, she has found her perfect match within the “business world” – being part of The
    Joseph Movement team.
    Suezell de Kock
    Financial Director
    Suezell de Kock heads up the Finance & Outreach Departments. She gave her heart to
    the Lord at the age of 7 and knew that she will be in ministry one day, for Him. She
    studied and then lead a Bible School.
    Following that she went into Missionary work in Africa for 5 years, where she not only
    saw brokenness and poverty, but also how God brings freedom.
    She is also an Accountant with a Bcompt-degree and is currently busy finalising her
    Theology studies. Suezell was part of a Ministry Team and lead the Prophetic
    department of a local church. Suezell also spends a lot of her time counselling people,
    from all walks of life, to help them break free from past trauma and bondage.
    Kraaifontein, Western Cape
    Contact: 082 766 9870
    NPC Registration Nr: 2022 / 336121 / 08
    Directors: Tershia de Klerk, Colin Newman, Suezell de Kock, Simone Simon, Johanita Jordaan
    Simone Simon
    Simone Simon runs her own wellness business, Life Long Body. Her unique business
    focuses on balancing the physical, spiritual and emotional wellbeing of individuals.
    She is a qualified Pastor, as well as the Chairlady of Mighty Women Global and an
    Ambassador for Arms of Mercy.
    One of her main goals is to inspire people to live healthy and be the best they can
    be. Simone is also a music artist and motivational speaker, who has lead worship and
    ministered in Europe, Israel and all over South Africa, including rural communities.
    She believes in “setting the captives free”.
    Colin Newman
    Colin Newman has vast experience, of over 12 years, as a leader within the Nonprofit arena. He has managed a Mission House, as well as the Operations of it’s
    various ministries and NPO’s.
    He has been part of core leadership, guiding and managing many Leadership
    training courses, Conferences, and Missionary training courses. He has also been a
    community leader for many years.
    Colin has a strong Vision to open a Safe House, and long-term rehabilitation facility,
    for Human Trafficking survivors in South Africa.
    The Founder of The Joseph Movement is accountable to, and a proud Member of, the
    Banking Details: The Joseph Movement NPC, FNB 250655, Acc. No. 62938328730, FIRNZAJJ
    Kraaifontein, Western Cape
    Contact: 082 766 9870
    NPC Registration Nr: 2022 / 336121 / 08
    Directors: Tershia de Klerk, Colin Newman, Suezell de Kock, Simone Simon, Johanita Jordaa
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