Walk on Water Cuff Bracelet

Walk on Water Cuff Bracelet

$19.00
18k gold-plated stainless steel or stainless steel adjustable cuff bracelet, 6".  Su Su’s smile is contagious the day her family...
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18k gold-plated stainless steel or stainless steel adjustable cuff bracelet, 6". 

Su Su’s smile is contagious the day her family and Eden staff gather to celebrate her baby’s 100 day birthday. In that moment, the journey of faith that brought her here feels so much nearer than the day her suffering began.

At eleven, she left school for a factory job. However, she didn’t earn enough to support her family. So she was excited when her boss told her about a better job in China. The young girl trusted his promises but found herself living in the nightmare of being sold over the border as a bride. After being locked in a hotel room for days, she escaped. Anti-trafficking officials helped her return to Myanmar, where she learned she was pregnant at Eden.

Just like the night she hid under a tree to escape her husband’s family, Su Su knew this was another moment to change her story. She embraced counseling and started a job making jewelry.

We hope the Walk in Faith Collection inspires you to step out in faith and take action to change your story and those of trafficking victims like Su Su as you share their stories and seek justice.

 Eden’s programs are based in South-East Asia which is host to more than half of the global total of human trafficking victims.


In 2014 Eden began its programs in Myanmar, a nation that has been a hotbed for human trafficking for years. Political instability, natural disasters, and internal ethnic infighting have led to a devastating lack of opportunity for the people of Myanmar.

Poverty and political unrest are at the heart of Myanmar's human trafficking crisis, which has only grown more severe over recent years. The economic collapse, brought on by the pandemic and political crisis, has exacerbated the level of human trafficking and the need for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other not-for-profit organizations like Eden to fill this void and provide essential support to victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.