Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved started working in June 2018. When both the Founders merge their efforts for the oppressed and voiceless communities.

ECSPE is working in countries where Christians and other Minorities are facing persecution due to their faith. The organization is focused to help the victims of social, constitutional, and religious discrimination in their respective countries.

ECSPE, focusing their resources to fight against Blasphemy Laws, forced conversions, rape, and abduction. We aimed to eradicate Slavery from Indian-Subcontinents as due to the high rate of poverty in India and Pakistan millions of people are forced into the modern-day Slavery.
In Past years our Founders were able to liberate more than 35,000 people from the Slavery, and we believe that in 10 years we can completely wipe out Slavery from this region, if we would be able to get recourses.

The history of our Founders:

In 2009, over a 6 week period, we mobilized our teams to help provide health care services to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Khayber Pakhtoon Khawa (NWFP).

During the worst flood in the history of Pakistan (in 2010) our teams were able to reach and rescue hundreds of victims.  What was exceptional about this effort is that we were able to do rescues that no other organization could accomplish due to the fact that no vehicles could reach the spots we were able to access.

In 2010, We started campaigning against the misuse of the Blasphemy law by providing legal support to the victims of this controversial law.

Between 2010 and 2108 we have rescued many young women and teenage girls who had been abducted and forced into marriage by the members of the majority community which included forced conversion. Many of these victims are documented on the web site.

Between 2014 and 2018 we saved thousands of people from slavery. Not only did we free them but we provided each head of the household a new job that paid a living wage, a new home they could afford to rent and initial basic requirements as well as partnered with local educational charities to get the children a proper education. One hundred percent of the victims we have saved has never returned to slavery because we have tackled the actual issues of slavery/poverty required for permanent success.  No other international charity has come close to what we have achieved with the limited resources versus the success and the huge volume of victims saved. We have provided the fishing rod, not just the fish. Our goal for the next few years is to save 100,000 families which will be over 600,000 people, which will include about 500,000 children. We will be partnering with some honorable members of the Pakistan government to free thousands of families from modern slavery over the coming year.

In 2014, Our Founders started working for the Pakistani Asylum Seekers in Thailand by providing food and other necessary supplies. We did tremendous work to save hundreds of families. We were able to motivate UNHCR Bangkok to schedule the refugee status interviews of the families who had filed their asylum.

In 2015, after knowing the grave situation in the Immigration Detention Center (Bangkok), Our Founders started providing food to the Pakistani Christians and Ahmadi Community.

In March 2015, when hundreds of Asylum seekers were arrested, we paid the fines of these people to avoid their imprisonment.

In May 2015, we were able to bail out more than 100s of people after paying 50,000 Thai-Baht (1600$) for each person.