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AIM Family Gathering 2018 Recap!

At last week’s AIM Family Gathering, we focused on AIM’s eight trafficking prevention programs that impact over 500 children, women, and men in our community each month.

We would rather prevent a child from being trafficked than have to rescue them from their traffickers. The damage done to the soul of a trafficked child is a cost which should never have to be paid.

2 Minors Rescued in Thai Border Province

An adult male was arrested at a small guesthouse near the Thai border at approximately 7 PM on Tuesday, March 28th by officers from the Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Police (AHTJPP) of Oddar Meanchey province with support from the AIM SWAT Team. The man was in the process of trafficking two girls, aged 13 and 14, to Thailand to sell for sex.

Cambodia Grants Royal Order of Sahametrei Award to AIM

On December 4, 2017, Agape International Missions received the Royal Order of Sahametrei award for AIM SWAT's work in Cambodia. This is a tremendous honor for AIM, as this award is part of Cambodia’s official honor system through which the country's sovereign awards its citizens and inhabitants for actions or deeds that benefit the nation. [...]

6 Minors Rescued at KTV Restaurant Raid in Siem Reap

For the last month, the Siem Reap Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Police (AHTJPP) and AIM SWAT Officers have been conducting an investigation on a KTV Restaurant after receiving information that young girls were being sold there.

At around 6:30 PM on Monday, February 12th, the Siem Reap AHTJP Police supported by AIM SWAT Officers executed a raid at the location, which is in the north of Siem Reap province. Because of the nature of the information we had received, AIM aftercare staff was also present for the raid.

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