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Day of Celebration

Monday, March 7, was International Women’s’ Day. It’s a very serious day in Cambodia. The women and girls here want their lives to be taken seriously. Amnesty International released a report on International Women’s Day stating “Cambodia’s social and justice…

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AIM on ABC Update

On Sunday evening, March 21st, ABC aired a short story on the A.I.M. ministries of Rahab’s House and Agape Restoration Center that included one of our girls from the center.  If you missed the story, you can check it out…

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Sweet Justice

In August of 2009, 6 girls from Agape Restoration Center (ARC) were chosen by the ARC staff and encouraged to enter a vocational program with AIM’s new partner NGO’s, Bloom Café  that opened under AIM’s Memorandum of Understanding with the…

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Reputations

by Renee Burkhalter Places all over the world have reputations—some good, some bad—some well known, others not so well known.  Google “city of love” and you’ll find Paris.  Google “windy city” and you’ll find Chicago.  Google “child sex trafficking” and…

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All I Want For Christmas

by Don Brewster The other day one of the girls at ARC asked me what I wanted for “Merry Christmas.”  I told her I’d have to think about it and let her know later.  Then I received an e-mail from…

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A Week in Pastor Chantha’s Shoes

A week in the village of Svay Pak, Cambodia, can seem like a ride on the emotional roller coaster from hell…all downs and really fast.  After all, we are working in a village where dozens of little girls are trafficked and…

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A Heritage of Abolitionism, by Brian McConaghy

Recently, Bridget and I were blessed to be part of an anti-human trafficking conference in Toronto, Canada. One of the speakers was a man named Brian McConaghy. Brian is the president and founder of an organization called Ratanak. Ratanak helps…

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