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SHE MATTERS

4 August 2016Stories
Srey Roth (not her real name) came to the SHE Rescue Home in January 2015 due to being sexually exploited in her village by a neighbour. She was 12 years old when she arrived and due to experiencing such significant trauma, she was often self-harming and suicidal as a way to cope with the pain. She attempted to kill herself...

Cafe owners in Phnom Penh pimping waitresses

4 August 2016From the press
Pham Thi Phuong, 39, from Vietnam, and her Cambodian husband Doung Lim, 59, were arrested by anti-human trafficking police during a raid on their coffee shop in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district on September 10. They were charged with procuring prostitution with aggravating circumstances, as two of the victims were 17 years old, said Chhan Vuth, a bureau chief in the...

Cambodia's human trafficking ranking improves

4 August 2016From the press
Cambodia has improved its ranking in the global United States’ Trafficking in Persons report , though “endemic corruption” and a failure to target officials complicit in the trade still hamper anti-trafficking efforts, the State Department assessment stated. For more information http://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/kingdoms-human-trafficking-ranking...

IT'S NOT OK Campaign Update: July - September 2015

18 December 2015Stories
See the latest of what is happening in the SHE Rescue Home by signing up for our newsletter! This quarter's main article is all about the legal system in Cambodia. It is an indepth look at what the girls at the SHE Rescue Home overcome in order to testify in their courtcases. See the latest update from us by clicking...

Amy's House has closed

26 June 2015Stories
Amy House has closed! Please see the Thank You for their supporters below: First and foremost we want to THANK all of our supporters, friends, and staff. We know we had the opportunity to impact the lives of the four girls in our home because of your efforts and care for victims of sex trafficking. Unfortunately due to many circumstances...
Amy's House

The SHE Rescue Home supported the opening of Amy's House in Colorado USA

11 February 2015Stories
We at the SHE Rescue Home are excited to see have supported the Amy House in Colorado! They will finally open their doors on the 18th Februauy this year. Amy House is a home for girls rescued out of trafficking in Colorado. Please see the link below to find out more about Amy House and the support we have been...

SHOPNATE

27 January 2015Updates
Great news, SHE Rescue Home is now a verified charity on Shopnate which is a gateway to hundreds of online stores that support local and global organisations with no extra charges of fee's to you. You pay the exact same prices with the online store contributing a percentage of your sales back to the SHE Rescue Home simply by clicking...

Volunteer in Cambodia

9 October 2014Updates
Got a little extra time up your sleeve? Why not take 6 months to 12 months away from the norm and volunteer in our Phnom Penh office. The SHE Rescue Home offers volunteer positions at any given time of the year and we're always busy. At the moment we are looking for teachers and designers to work with our girls...

English School Pimping Pupils

8 July 2014From the press
Police in Siem Reap province on Monday arrested a man and his sister on suspicion of running a prostitution racket serving foreign tourists using teenage students attending their English language school. Veha Long, 32, was arrested at his evening school in Sotr Nikum district, the Underprivileged Children School, from which he would allegedly draw students to have sex with tourists...

High Acclaim for Anti-Trafficking Investigative Organisation

8 April 2014Stories
A new book titled "The Locust Effect" outlining the work of anti-trafficking organisation Internation Justice Mission has been highly acclaimed for it's "perspective altering" approach to combatting human trafficking and other violent injustices. OP-ED collumist for the New York Times, David Brooks, commends the approach which not only encompasses traditional forms of aid such as food, health and economic stability,...

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