Hi Everyone, on the 25th of this month, Find My Parent will be commemorating International Missing Children's day to raise awareness and support to power the search for children who go missing every single day. This day, the 25th of May is a day where people around the world remember those missing children who have found their way home, remember those who have been victims of crime, and remember to continue to find those who are still missing.
All around the globe, an estimated 8 million children are reported missing each year. Most children who are reported missing are found safe and well within 24 hours, but for those who are not, what follows can be months and years of heartbreak and confusion for their families. As individuals, professionals and organizations, we have a responsibility to protect our children.
Our guest today on the podcast believe that together with the help of technology, we can bring the missing children home. Anthony B is the founder of DeEye, a global community platform designed to give access to valuable tools that help people in finding their missing loved ones. De Eye is a free app that allows people to report, receive and send verified proximity alert or amber alert and obtain real time feeds and updates on missing person cases. In conjunction with the upcoming International missing children's day, DeEye will be releasing their V1 of the app to everyone through google's play store and apple's App Store.
For those of you who are listening, please go to deeye.app or search for the de eye within play store or App Store, download and try it. Most probably you are not looking for anyone, but you can help someone who is looking for their loved one. As Anthony said, the app relies on you to be the eyes for the people who are missing someone.
Below is the link to our Press Release for the launch of DeEye App and a store that was covered by Ken5 TV.
We recently launched a petition targeted at the Japanese government to stand up for the 3million kids who are trafficked in Japan since 1991, legally with the help of single custody laws in Japan. Japan does not recognise joint custody. laws as the lawyers and judges profit from it and receive up to 30% of child support payments until the child reaches 20 years of age! While it’s a gain for the lawyers and judges, this is a loss-loss situation for the children and parents affected by the single custody law.Winning this campaign depends on our ability to call on thousands of supporters like you. Your signature(support) is all that we need. Please support our petition and tell the International Organizations and the government to pressure Japan to adopt a joint custody law. You can find the petition at https://www.change.org/jointcustodyjapan.
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If you are someone who got separated from your own parent, and would like to find your parent again, please go to https://findmyparent.org and fill out your details. With the help of our smart algorithms and matching technology, we hope to help you find your alienated parent again. If you are part of an NGO or even a private company passionate about this topic, please reach out through the contact us page in findmyparent.org and we hope to work together with you. (https://findmyparent.org/contact).
Alright folks, That is it for this week, and speak to you next week! Take care till then.