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Mental Health and Social Connections

May is Mental Health Awareness Month Every May since 1949, Mental Health America and affiliate organizations celebrate raising awareness about mental health issues as something

How Acceptance Turned Her Into A Leader

Meet Daw* Daw is a bubbly, confident and engaging seventeen-year-old. She stands out amongst her peers in the leadership development program as a great entertainer

Strong Families, Strong Prevention

Trafficking prevention begins at home–not just in raising awareness, but also in strengthening families so that kids stay in the safe harbor of home. The

Year in Review for Sustainability

A few weeks ago, we told you some of the successes your donor dollars helped accomplish, but what we didn’t mention was the impact we’re

Trafficking and Social Media Technology

When we first joined the mission to end trafficking, the most prevelent form it took in our region was in-person, and face-to-face, through a relationship

Changing Attitudes on Family Violence

Khae, one of our counselers, was invited earlier this year by local government to meet with 100 women who were all leaders in different villages.

Consent is Learned Early

Consent is a word that adults use, but it’s a concept that children confront from an early age. It’s one we should talk about early

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