Good Shepherd started services?in Taiwan in 1987 because young girls were sold into prostitution. This problem has been resolved, but the problem of human trafficking is still emerging. Our work in combating human trafficking in Taiwan is prevention, protection, partnership, and participation.Since 2007, Good Shepherd has dedicated efforts to combating human trafficking by raising public awareness, advocacy, training, and evidence-based research. In addition, we were commissioned by the Taiwanese government to run a shelter for victims in Nan-Tou, central Taiwan since 2009. We provide legal aid, counseling, medical care, and employment assistance for victims. For partnership, we work together with government offices, NGOs, faith-based organizations, and the private sector in Taiwan. We also joined several alliances against human trafficking crimes particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.