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What is next for graduates in Uganda?


In Uganda, 36 survivors are ready to start new careers after finishing their vocational training and graduating from community care late last month.

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A survivor’s journey through the eyes of our team

Catch a glimpse of what team members see daily in their relentless anti-trafficking work.

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Survivor on track to becoming a registered nurse


Brinda is busy in her third year of nursing school but took the time to share part of her story with us.

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Three similarities between child marriage and sex trafficking

Child Rescue sees a kaleidoscope of social injustices worldwide, including child marriage and sex trafficking. These two crimes might seem different on the surface, but they're similar once diving deeper - especially when their lines blur in a child's story.

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Survivors with abusive families smile again


Each survivor's resilience is a near-miracle given their history.

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Three shining lights in Cambodia

Three stories of hope and bright futures from survivors in Cambodia.

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Survival situations: hope wins for the most-traumatised survivors


Some Ugandan girls have had their lives flipped upside down, like losing both parents, yet they remain resilient.

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Daily life at our home in Cambodia

The daily routine of our residential home is not exclusive to those living in the dorm rooms upstairs. Survivors in community care within commuting distance attend our classes in the home and are just as much a part of the family.

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Church partnership extends reach of community care


Thailand reintegration team, funded by Child Rescue, is partnering with a church in northern Thailand to bring our empower and health education program to survivors enrolled in community care.

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The most rewarding job: Meet Subin

Work can be emotionally, mentally and even physically taxing - but Subin insists it's the most rewarding job.

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