Within the context of human trafficking, strategic litigation has an important role to play in ensuring that survivors access and obtain justice and compensation, punishing perpetrators, forcing state action to end or prevent trafficking and driving legal reform. The documentary is a reflective piece on the  lessons learned and the type of care and support (psychosocial, medical, socio-economic, legal) required by victims of human trafficking to rebuild their lives and lessons on how to advance successful litigation on human trafficking cases. The lessons are insights of the experiences of three organizations that worked together on Amina’s case: Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV & AIDS (KELIN), The Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (ISLA) and Awareness Against Human Trafficking (HAART Foundation).