Dao has faced incredible obstacles and injustice. Now she is living her life on a mission and her spirit of joy is contagious.
COVID-19’s impact on our projects is different in each country. Child Rescue teams are adapting in innovative and meaningful ways to continue to carry out our mission on the ground.
Child Rescue New Zealand believes Universal Children’s Day should inspire each of us to advocate for children to be free from slavery, and take actions that will build a better world for children.
Meet the national staff on the frontline of child sex trafficking in Thailand – doing what they can to help their families, communities and country by being the changemakers.
After many months of visits, Nok contacted me in distress and asked if I’d meet up with her. I got a clear sense that that night was the time to tell her who I really was.
There is so much joy that comes with seeing the penny drop and eyes light up in the life of a young heart who has just realised her own uniqueness and true value.
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.
On the evening of Friday, May 13, a severe storm hit Chiang Rai, Thailand. One of our prevention homes, where 17 children were staying, was seriously damaged.
Rachel Hamilton traveled through Thailand and Cambodia on a Destiny Rescue Team Trip in January 2016. We’re excited to share her story with you!
One of our caseworkers shares the joy of watching rescued girls heal further by serving others.