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Something to be proud of: Nuon’s story


“What is something you are proud of recently?” asks a Destiny Rescue translator to a survivor in our care. The question is translated into her native language of Khmer. She blinks and then knits her brows. The translator rephrases the question, but she still appears confused. She and the translator talk for a minute before the translator turns to our social worker and says.

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Children need homes, not institutions

Home. A place to belong and grow. What does home look like for a survivor after rescue?

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Rescue surge: 33 people rescued across four countries in four days


Amidst the difficulties of this year, Destiny Rescue was able to rescue 33 people across four countries in four days. This latest surge of rescue is incredibly encouraging.

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Debunking classic myths about child sex trafficking

Destiny Rescue has drawn on its nearly 20 years of experience to explain the basic reality of child sex trafficking in Southeast Asia.

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Nary’s new beginning


In January, government officials handed Destiny Rescue’s social workers a troubling case. Nary was living with her impoverished family while being exploited by a man who, as of last month, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his crimes.

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24 Girls Graduate Salon-Training Programs

These brave girls have overcome obstacles that would seem insurmountable to some. If you read closely you will see enormous victory in each of these quotes.

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Achariya: Seamstress and Mother


Achariya is one of many girls who has come through Destiny Rescue’s program and has since gone on to flourish at this workplace. Read her story to freedom.

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Laekena: Salon Owner

It is 8:00 am on a Tuesday morning. She pulls back the large cream bi-folding doors that give her salon its indoor-outdoor flow.

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Rachanna: Graphic Designer


Rachana came to Destiny Rescue around nine months ago. When she first arrived, Rachana tried to figure out what she was good at and more importantly, what she was passionate about.

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Selling Crepes, Learning Business Skills

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