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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.

Destiny Rescue Official Response To SBS Dateline Story

A statement on the recent story on SBS Dateline which featured raid operations carried out by Destiny Rescue in cooperation with local police.

Youth Leading the Charge and Fighting for Freedom

The power of the Church being the Church is unprecedented. God uses willing hearts to move mountains. Thank you to The Youth at La Iglesia de Hoy, for joining the fight!

India’s Forgotten Sex Slaves: The Jogini

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.

“Team Trip Changed My Life” – Anne

This trip changed my life, deepened my faith and gave me a passion to tell others about this amazing work.

Heroes of Abolition: John Brown

We begin our four-part blog series on the heroes of the abolition of slavery with John Brown: an anti-slavery activist who some called a martyr and a hero, while others called him a traitor and a criminal.

A Boy, a Dog, and a Passion for Freedom

I love hearing how kids respond to the work of Destiny Rescue. Such simplicity. Such innocence. The most complicated problems of the world become so manageable.

New Phnom Penh Learning Centre

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.