Senhoa supports 15 girls per year who are either survivors of or highly vulnerable to human trafficking and sexual exploitation and have experienced victimization (rape, gang rape, domestic violence, human trafficking, acid attacks, honor-based violence) through employment, education, and programs for self-empowerment. This project equips girls with the income and skills needed for sustainable freedom.
According to the State Department, Cambodia is a source, destination, and transit country for women and children trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation. Even more startling is the increase in the sale of virginity of children, particularly those from undocumented families. This project aims to provide education and employment to these survivors, while currently generating sufficient profit through our social businesses to remit back to our community development projects in Cambodia.
Economic opportunities (safe employment, technical training courses, income-generating opportunities); Education (scholarships & soft skills training, business start-up, women empowerment); Therapy (counseling sporting activities).
The program aims to reach 15 girls per year through our vocational training and life skills education program. Our goal is for the participants to become independent and free from exploitation.