Prevent Human Trafficking

Prevent Human Trafficking (PHT) is a Washington, D.C., based non-profit organization working to build a bridge between South East Asia and the United States to prevent human trafficking. PHT empowers individuals, organizations and governments to tackle the root causes of human trafficking through direct support and technical assistance. PHT uses its expertise and networks to promote best practice and inspire sustainable solutions in the movement to prevent human trafficking.
Train 100 Thai youth at risk of human trafficking
 
Since 1999, we have worked in Southeast Asia with a handful of local organizations who share our passion to prevent human trafficking. Our pilot programs have proven that micro credit and scholarships are key to keeping youth out of reach of traffickers. Youth often fall prey due to extreme poverty, lack of educational opportunities and an ingrained obligation - particularly of the first born - to support their families. Job skills and business training are key to preventing the vicious cycle. project reportread updates from the field
Give leadership training to 50 trafficked girls
 
Our project trains 50 formerly trafficked girls to become the next generation of anti-trafficking leaders in the Greater Mekong Region (Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and southern China). These countries share a contiguous border with Thailand and their youth are at the highest risk of human trafficking in the world. Governments provide minimal support for prevention projects. We are 100% focused on teaching prevention methods addressing root causes, sustainability and independence. project reportread updates from the field
 
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