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.
Our Lighthouse in Cambodia provides temporary care and support for vulnerable and exploited children and teenagers rescued from sex trafficking and other forms of human trafficking, keeping them safe from their previous circumstances as we work to assess their physical, mental and emotional health. We then work to safely transition them back to their families, to appropriate long-term care or to independent living, depending on their age and individual needs.
The Lighthouse offers individual and group counseling, and catch-up education and life skills training. Older children and teenagers also get help with vocational training to develop skills for employment.
Our program addresses survivors’ complex needs and provides a continuum of care from rescue until reintegration into mainstream society.