Choose a gift below and transform lives this Christmas!
Trafficking survivors frequently escape with only the clothes they are wearing. Provide a young woman with initial necessities upon her safe arrival at the Ratanak Centre. This includes a basic cell phone for those first emotional phone calls with desperately missed parents and family.
Every life should be celebrated! Reassure a young woman of her value and worth with a special birthday celebration.
Prevent Human Trafficking
Equip local village leaders to protect a vulnerable family with trafficking prevention training and ongoing support.
A Step Towards Freedom
Empower women in Cambodia’s adult entertainment industry with workshops that teach self-worth, communication, budgeting and business management. Help her make healthy decisions towards safety, dignity and freedom.
Returning With Dignity
Supply a male trafficking survivor with a reintegration package of household necessities. Give him something to present to his family upon return, preventing the additional shame of coming home empty-handed and broken.
Everyone deserves to pursue their dreams! Provide uniforms, supplies, training fees, and the equipment necessary for a young woman or man to begin their vocational training.
A Way Home
Relieve survivors of the burden of paying for their own escape. Provide a flight ticket, travel expenses, and support services for young women and men returning home to Cambodia.
Ensure all survivors of human trafficking receive the resources and support necessary to generate hope for their future. Give a survivor the gift of medical care, therapy, education opportunities and vocational training.
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Ratanak International has committed to undertake all of the activities highlighted in this gift guide within our 2020 project year. Your gift will be designated towards our “Services for the Vulnerable and Exploited” fund, out of which all of these items will be funded. 100% of your gift will go to Cambodia. We are committed to empowering and upholding the dignity of those we serve. Images have been altered as appropriate to protect the identity and privacy of survivors on their journey of healing.