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Church partnership extends reach of community care


Destiny 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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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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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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Aspiring missionary defeats her dark past: Dao’s story

Five years after her rescue, Dao shares about her journey out of the clutches of the sex industry, through healing and into freedom.

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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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International Day of the Girl Child

Her face is bowed… Eyes fixed on small clasped hands… Shrouded in shadows of shame, cultural oppression and helplessness.

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Best Friends Give Back


Chanchira*, 17, and Apichaya*, 16, came to Thailand’s Promise Home recently. Originally from the same hill tribe village, these two girls are friends who also worked together at the same bar.

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National Staff: The Changemakers

The problem of human trafficking is a global phenomenon, and we truly believe that only a collective, national and international response will succeed in creating a long-term impact.

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