“We planned an activity at the nursing home so the girls could have the opportunity to participate with the community, establish relationships and increase their personal development” – Caseworker
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.
A statement on the recent story on SBS Dateline which featured raid operations carried out by Destiny Rescue in cooperation with local police.
The Jogini are seen as the lowest of the low – a prostitute who receives no payment for the acts she’s compelled to engage in. Often dedicated at a young age, tradition dictates that a Jogini girl is not to be ‘used’ until she reaches puberty, then she can be anybody’s.
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.