Bringing Freedom to Cambodia

We helped rescue Smey from an American pedophile at age 9. She experienced healing at our Restoration Home, bravely testified against her abuser in the U.S., and moved in with a loving family in California.

She recently moved back to Cambodia with her new husband to invest in other survivors through AIM’s reintegration programs.

Agape International Missions works to end human trafficking and empower survivors of exploitation.

Recently, our SWAT Team arrested an American man who was sexually abusing girls as young as eight years old. All five known victims he abused are now safe at our Restoration Home. These girls represent only 5 of the 65 survivors that we rescued in February and March.

There is hope for these girls as Smey reminds us that transformation is possible, but it brings us to tears knowing that there are more girls out there who are still trapped in exploitation.

We need your help to win this fight, which is why we are inviting you to join our for HER movement launching this month. By joining us, you are committing to the protection of at-risk girls and the freedom, restoration, and future of survivors of trafficking.


With 12 programs on the ground in Cambodia impacting over 10,000 people every year, AIM is holistically stopping the cycle of exploitation by preventing human trafficking and rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors.


individuals impacted by PREVENTION programs


children, women & men RESCUED


survivors RESTORED





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AIM Family Gathering 2019!

Celebrate with us at 1 of our 3 AFGs on the West Coast! You will have the opportunity to hear powerful stories from our founders Don and Bridget Brewster, watch a video of a survivor who is now helping restore rescued girls, and more...

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