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Aum: A Student’s Story

In a compound of bamboo houses, Aum is painting cartoon animals and flowers on the outside of her bedroom walls. Her friends are there too,

A Family at Risk

When Arpa*, mother of two girls Preeda* and Ying*, was growing up, she wanted to study. “But we were poor. We didn’t even have rice

A New Facilitator of Trafficking

When we first started working in anti-trafficking, poverty was the trafficker, the biggest factor aiding and abetting vulnerability to exploitation. But in recent years, as

The Security of Citizenship

“My biggest concern and fear has always been, ‘What will I do to get Pon his citizenship?’” For Aom*, Pon’s mother, this question brings tears


The Narrow Escape

Early this year, we had a case that was a narrow escape – one of the narrowest we’ve encountered. When 14-year-old BunMa* met Aon* on

International Day of the Girl Child

Sunday, October 11 was International Day of the Girl Child and this year’s theme was “My Voice, Our Equal Future.” This day is meant to

Jaeng Shares Her Story

We asked some of our students, like Jaeng, to share how the Coronavirus and the lockdowns are affecting them personally. Here is her story. From

Cat Shares Her Perspective

Our long-time donors and supporters know Cat, the young girl who was our first scholarship student, and who has grown into an incredibly strong, bold,

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