AIM’s Expat Staff Care Coordinator, Brandon Butler, shares a powerful comparison between AIM’s mission and Christ’s.
Meet Joshua, a little boy born without his hearing due to complications at birth. Thanks to our generous donors, Joshua has had cochlear implant surgery and can finally hear his mother’s voice!
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
We’re overjoyed to learn from a recent follow-up with 24 of our China Rescue program survivors that many of the women now work at restaurants, shops, or even run their very own business
Prevention is key in the fight against trafficking and exploitation. AIM School, our largest prevention program, just celebrated it’s first day of classes this week in our new facility with a capacity for 1,500 students
One of the greatest miracles we witness at AIM is the complete conversion of hearts and lives in the Svay Pak community. Many traffickers, drug dealers, gang members, and sex workers have come to know Jesus, turned their lives around completely, and joined AIM in the work of fighting trafficking.
This is prevention in its most powerful form.
Dary Sean Chan is someone who lives a lifestyle of prevention and has brought hundreds of people into contact with AIM. Her story is one that exemplifies the multiplying impact that one person can have when they’re called by God to fight trafficking.
Dary was a bright and curious young girl when she joined the first-ever English class taught by Don Brewster. As she became more involved and got to know Pastor Chantha and Ratanak, she became curious about Jesus and the work that AIM was doing.