After a manhunt lasting several months, AIM SWAT and Phnom Penh Police were able to arrest the trafficker of 40 men and women to Saudi Arabia last April.
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Thanks to our amazing partners, O.U.R., AIM SWAT was able to rescue 30 children from dangerous and hazardous conditions at Brick Factories in Cambodia.
Two neighboring brothels in Phnom Penh were shut down after AIM SWAT and local authorities raided the premises and rescued 5 survivors.
One of our recent graduates from AIM’s Restoration home is now attending college and studying to become a social worker with AIM!
After abusing several young boys, a Russian pedophile was arrested in a joint effort by Phnom Penh Police, Siem Reap Police, and AIM SWAT on October 18th.
A man has been arrested on October 10th by AIM SWAT with T’Bong Khmom Police for trafficking a Cambodian woman to Saudi Arabia in 2017.
Check out the new AIM Restoration Home play room where survivors of trafficking can go to play, heal, and build relationships with our staff.
In this map of Cambodia, see the areas where AIM’s SWAT Team has had successful trafficking cases over the last 5 years of operation.