Every Jan we hear about the Super Bowl & sex trafficking. With the big game’s arrival it’s time to take a stand, and here’s how we do just that.
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.
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.
The Cambodia Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training has announced their support of the Criminal Code being used in the prosecution of child labor cases for brick kiln factories
AIM Founder, Don Brewster, shared a concise yet powerful commencement speech at the Northwest Christian University’s graduation ceremony last month
An American named Danny Lee Pope was arrested by AIM SWAT and Phonm Penh police on March 2, 2019 for sexually abusing children as young as 8-years-old.
Agape International Missions’ Founder, Don Brewster, spoke at TedX Laguna Blanca School about how human trafficking needs to be fought with a holistic approach. To exemplify the success of the holistic approach, he shared the story of Smey, a survivor of trafficking rescued at age 9.
The Super Bowl & Sex Trafficking, What’s the Deal? Every year around mid-January, there seems to be a flood of articles and media attention surrounding sex trafficking at the Super Bowl. As one of the largest sporting events on earth, it attracts tens of thousands of men into cities, and there’s no denying that many of them are […]
We’re thrilled to share that ABC Nightline is doing a special profile on AIM tonight! Expected airing is 12:35am. Check local listings for more information. This special profile on sex trafficking in Cambodia follows Sokha from the US back to Cambodia (see Sokha’s survivor story HERE if you haven’t already!). Witness Sokha’s reunion with her family, go on an undercover raid and see firsthand what trafficking […]