In July, AIM SWAT and Cambodia Police made 4 arrests for the trafficking of 10 women and minor girls to China as brides, 5 who are still awaiting rescue.
AIM SWAT and police raided a cafe/massage parlor that was operating as a brothel on July 29; an adult woman and 3 minors were rescued and 1 suspect arrested.
After a month-long investigation, AIM SWAT and local police raided a KTV operating as a brothel on July 19th, rescuing 3 victims and arresting 1 suspect.
On July 5th, Phnom Penh Police together with AIM SWAT raided a brothel operating undercover as a massage parlor, resulting in 5 adults and 3 minors as young as 16 rescued and 1 arrest.
On July 5th, AIM SWAT and Phnom Penh Police arrested a woman for attempting to use Facebook to sell 5 women and girls as young as 14 for sex.
Four men were rescued after being trafficked to Cambodia from India on July 1st. AIM SWAT and local police arrested the man responsible who is facing human trafficking-related offenses.
A woman was arrested by AIM SWAT and local police on June 29th after trafficking a 19-year-old woman to China for marriage. Rescue of the victim is underway.
AIM’s Expat Staff Care Coordinator, Brandon Butler, shares a powerful comparison between AIM’s mission and Christ’s.
After attempting to sell 2 of her sons for begging in Thailand, a Cambodian woman was arrested and her 3 other children rescued by local police and AIM SWAT in June.
Two young siblings who were trafficked from Cambodia to beg in Thailand were rescuedand a suspect has been arrested by AIM SWAT and local police in June.