Chaya had been a special-needs rescue, working in the brothels of Cambodia because her family had no other legitimate form of income to care for her. Despite the utmost care and loving attention, Chaya was unable to reintegrate with her family because the threat of having to return to the brothels still existed. Finally, the solution presented itself in a local mango farm that had become available for lease.
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Tina, one the Destiny Rescue Salon volunteers, shares her experience of working with the girls in Thailand and what working with the girls means to her.
Read the tale of Rachna, who is just seven years old. Life began as a beggar, and she was soon sold into a brothel as a child prostitute because she couldn’t make enough money. A heartbreaking tale which is all too common in India. Find out how you can change a child’s life in India through Destiny Rescue.
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Our India Prevention program has been running for nine years, and as some of the kids in our prevention program are finishing their formal education, we’re seeing terrific results. Check out Rachna’s latest award. We’re so proud!
We are on the ground in the Philippines! Read about our progress, our plans and how you can get involved!
Lawan, now 19, from Thailand, left our program after completing our restoration program, education and further training. Here is Lawan’s final letter to her sponsor.
Vanida left our program after completing our restoration program, education and further training, including coffee making and cooking. Here is Vanida’s final letter to her sponsor.