A large part of what we do involves removing the veil of lies from each child we rescue and help them to see that they are more, far more, than their bodies, that they have value beyond measure and they are worthy of love.
The Cambodian government recently evaluated our homes in Phnom Penh and Kampong Cham, and both received very good scores.
Our new Learning Centre in Phnom Penh is up-and-running and our staff and rescued children couldn’t be happier. It’s a beautiful space where our girls will learn, love, laugh and heal.
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.
A short time ago Lek spent her days trying to sleep off the late nights she spent servicing customers in a brothel. Lek is 15.
Fear is a real and tangible struggle for so many. Fear of rejection, fear of failure, fear of being left behind… You name it – someone fears it, and our Destiny Rescue girls are not immune to the debilitation brought on by fear and experienced by so many of us.
The class is a mixture of Art and Design. I personally define art as expression through visual mediums, and design as communication through visual mediums. Both are covered in the class, giving these girls a visual outlet to not only express themselves but also be able to communicate visually.