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A CAMPAIGN TO BUY FREEDOM FOR THE VICTIMS OF WOMEN TRAFFICKING
Vietnam is one of the top source countries for women trafficking in Asia.
The main countries they’re sold to are Cambodia, China, and Malaysia.
Official statistics from Vietnam’s Department of General Police show that between 2011 and 2017, there were 2,700 reported cases of human trafficking. But the number of unreported cases is far bigger than said statistics.
The Bride for Sale Campaign illustrates how young women are sold like commodities.
The numbers you are going to see are based on real stories and researched from reputable news publications.
The PAC Program (Prevention, Awareness and Capacity Building)
is a 3-year training project to empower social workers, community leaders, law enforcement officers and government officials in Vinh Long Province, Vietnam.
Where Dreams Bloom aims to protect 30 children aged 6 -18 and are daughters or sisters of women earning living from prostitution. The program facilitates their study by supporting school fees until they complete K-12; helps to reduce the risk of leaving school, involving in prostitution and related risks.