Reintegration

Achariya: Seamstress & Mother

The eldest of her nine siblings, she was responsible for supporting the family. “I never got enough sleep. I would go fishing with my father early in the morning and I would always get to sleep late. We lived day by day.”

Leakena: Salon Owner

Recently Leakena first opened the doors to her salon and in doing so, she entered into the next chapter of her story. Just two years earlier, Leakena probably wouldn’t have imagined herself to be where she is today.

Rescue Is Just The Beginning

Our vision has always been to see the end of sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in our lifetime. So how exactly do we achieve that?

After A Rescue: Caring for Our Girls

Destiny Rescue’s vision is to rescue children from sexual exploitation. But it’s not as simple as just removing children from the sex industry. When we free a girl and bring her into Destiny Rescue’s care, our work is just beginning.

Bright Futures for Three Reintegrated Girls

Destiny Rescue’s staff members and volunteers work hard to help girls heal and prepare for the future. But our support doesn’t stop there.

Project : Spread the Love

One of our caseworkers shares the joy of watching rescued girls heal further by serving others.

Cambodia: Nine Girls Land Top Jobs

Nine recent graduates of the Aftercare Program in Cambodia that have landed incredible jobs at popular western chain restaurants, chic coffee houses, and quality hair and beauty salons.

Seven Girls Graduate Cambodia Hair & Beauty

This month we’re celebrating the graduation of seven of our beautiful girls from our hair and beauty pre-vocational training school.

The Ripple Effect: Cambodian Rescue Girl Toun’s Story

Our team in Cambodia were able to intervene when we heard that a village girl called Toun was being pressured to marry her abuser, and was suffering from depression. Read what happened next.

The Ripple Effect: Mango Farm Project Update

The goal was to provide a home for Chaya, a rescue girl with special needs who had been with us for over seven years. Find out how her reintegration changed not just her life, but the lives of her family and village.