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 […]
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New Trend? Trafficking to Japan On Saturday, the 4th of February, the officers of the Phnom Penh Department of Anti Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Police (AHTJP) together with AIM SWAT officers arrested 3 suspects accused of trafficking up to 10 Khmer women to Japan for sex. The investigation commenced following a raid in Japan at a […]
Are you still looking for a great gift for Valentine’s Day? Consider buying something that will show love to the woman who made it as well as the special someone who will receive it! Below are a few Valentine’s gift ideas that will share the love and help AIM continue to prevent sex trafficking, and […]
Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2017: Freedom is Coming! Human Trafficking Awareness Month continues with a brief glimpse of what God is doing to bring restoration and freedom to this great land of Cambodia. We rejoice in our suffering, knowing that suffering produces endurance, endurance produces character, and character produces hope. (Romans 5:3-4) Cambodia has suffered, Cambodians have […]
Human Trafficking Awareness Month 2017: Modern Slavery in The Kingdom of Wonder Part 3 Human Trafficking Awareness Month continues with a glimpse into modern-day slavery in Cambodia. You don’t have to look very far to see that slavery still exists; it’s a universal problem that must be addressed. Cambodia has endured such pain that has occurred […]
When Don and Bridget first traveled to Cambodia in 2005, Don was 50-something years old. Today, he’s celebrating – well, we’ll just call it ANOTHER birthday and let you do the math. Don has a special challenge that he’s asking from our AIM family as we celebrate his birthday this year