Three girls left home without telling anyone where they were going, if not for the collaboration of two teams of rescue agents, they could have been gone forever.
What does child sex trafficking really look like in Southeast Asia? An interview with a seasoned rescue agent sheds light on the realities and some surprising truths.
Diya and her 11-year-old daughter stepped into new lives of freedom in November of last year. Today, three more children have escaped their traffickers and are safely in our care because of Diya’s bravery and quick thinking!
Although we are grateful that current circumstances have slowed the demand and flow of trafficking, for now, I suspect desperation and greed will cause the industry to morph, adapting to limitations but continuing to exploit young women and children.