For more than 10 years, Hope for Justice has been developing innovative programmes that assist survivors of sex and labour trafficking and forced marriage in Cambodia.
We run projects and facilities in the capital, Phnom Penh, and in Poipet on the border with Thailand. Our projects include a short-term assessment and transition centre for female survivors (all ages), which we call our Lighthouse. We also run a Dream Home long-term residential facility for girls when returning home or to family-based care elsewhere is impossible, until they are ready for independent living. On the border, our experts help to identify potential victims of trafficking and get them the help we need. We also run a school for survivors who may have missed out on an education, our Shine School.
Our programs address survivors’ complex needs and provide a continuum of care from rescue until reintegration into mainstream society.