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Alliance Anti-Trafic
Facebook IconApril 26, 2016 at 8:37 am

A lookback to 2003 and the first regional field task-force team with AFESIP Cambodia and AAT Thailand and Vietnam.

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Phương Loan nho mot thoi da qua...

April 26, 2016 at 1:09 pm

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Facebook IconApril 19, 2016 at 8:36 am

In honor of our 15th anniversary we are looking back at the highlights. Here we are during training to peer educators.

We are proud to say that from 2002-20013 we supported 334 (276 women and 58 minors) involved in prostitution in HCMC.

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April 14, 2016 at 4:40 pm

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Supporters of AAT, let us hear from you!

We need your help to raise funds for our program. We currently support 15 girls getting an education through one our preventative projects: "Education Support and Empowerment". This is an ongoing commitment we have to keep these girls in school until they finish their high school/secondary studies.

Please have a look on our website http://bit.ly/aatviet to read more about this. If you want to help out, please send us an email at vnaction@allianceantitrafic.org or call our Vietnam office at (+84) (0) 902 944 334 (we speak both English, French, Portuguese and Vietnamese).

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Facebook IconApril 12, 2016 at 8:36 am

In 1992 our founder Georges Blanchard, social worker specialized as street educator in France, came to Vietnam to visit friends. When he witnessed children sleeping in the streets and not going to school, he decided to stay and help the situation. After seven years of hard work and lots of hopes and dreams, our organization was established.

This picture is from 1994 at a picnic organized by EMDH for HCMC street children.

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Facebook IconApril 7, 2016 at 8:00 am

Together we can make a difference.

Thanks to everyone who have participated in our social enterprise project - Made in Mekong: Coffee and Creative Crafts.

Besides selling delicious drinks and organic treats, the coffee shop will give opportunities to girls and women and help create a better future for the whole community.

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April 6, 2016 at 10:16 am

Alliance Anti-Trafic shared Terre des Hommes Netherlands in Asia's post.

What a good idea

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Terre des Hommes Netherlands in Asia

A new US federal law that would mark the passports of sex offenders is being challenged in an Oakland court. What do you think? Does this mark expose sex offenders to danger or is it an effective measure to protect children in other countries?

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April 5, 2016 at 3:11 pm

Alliance Anti-Trafic shared Alliance Anti-Trafic Vietnam's post.

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Our results after 14 years of action In Vietnam. AAT remains one of the most active NGOs against sexual exploitation.

19 741 Children trained about sex related risks, abuse prevention and reproductive health at school.
Including 120 children with disabilities
677 Children rescued, accommodated or in rehabilitation process.
679 Women rescued, accommodated or in rehabilitation process.
164 Children at risk prevented from being victims of sexual exploitation.
515 Selected girls from 13 to 17 years old received scholarship to protect them from risk of trafficking and sexual exploitation.
1 066 Beneficiaries reintegrated with a sustainable job or to open their business.
32 621 Women involved in prostitution trained on safe sex practices.
3 440 Minors involved in prostitution followed.
75 Children from Dien Bien and other provinces nationally trafficked rescued by the police & AAT .
585 Victims of international trafficking benefited of AAT Vietnam network facilities for rescue and repatriation
1 189 Persons withdrawn from sexual exploitation.
8 637 Supported medical examinations or surgery interventions.
1 026 Persons obtained ID documents (when they reached legal age of 15 years old).
1 302 Persons received psychology assessment.
980 Persons attended formal vocational training school (if age allows it).
98 Victims supported during criminal justice proceedings.
1 306 Civil servants and social workers followed AAT training.
2 224 Hours of training provided.
346 772 Condoms distributed.
817 325 Documents on prevention distributed in South East Asia.
1 559 406 Meals and breakfast provided to beneficiaries.
2 Vietnamese new laws and regulations on migration and human trafficking supported through AAT field experience.
6 Researches on Vietnamese migration published.
94 Models of hand books, manuals, DVDs & training curricula for social workers working with victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking
5 079 Persons contacted the counseling hot line service (1 429 children).

Alliance Anti-Trafic
April 5, 2016 at 11:30 am

Dear friends of Alliance Anti Trafic (AAT),
We would like to share some of our highlights from our work helping girls and women in South East Asia in a Restrospective letter that you can read accessing the link below. Our stories are divided into chapters, and this is the first one. Read about how it all started.

ftp://ftp2.allianceantitrafic.org/alliancea/2016%20Retrospective%20letter/RetrospectiveLetter_01_AAT_anniversary.pdf

Alliance Anti-Trafic
Facebook IconApril 5, 2016 at 8:20 am

This year is our anniversary and we will be sharing some key events from the last 15 years.

Did you know that when we first started up in 2001 we went by the name AFESIP? It was not until 2007 we changed it to Alliance Anti Trafic.

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Facebook IconMarch 31, 2016 at 8:00 am

Not only will you find refreshing drinks and organic snacks at Made in Mekong: Coffee and Creative Crafts, but also handcrafts and artwork from local artists.

Next time you are in Laos, stop by and join us supporting women and children in the community.

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Facebook IconMarch 29, 2016 at 5:29 am

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Alliance Anti-Trafic
Facebook IconMarch 24, 2016 at 8:00 am

We are proud to say that Made in Mekong : Coffee and Creative Crafts is open for business!

Initiated by AAT, the coffee shop in Vientiane, Laos, is a social enterprise project that supports activities for women and children in communities.

Thanks to everyone who joined our opening event, we hope to see you again soon.

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Facebook IconMarch 20, 2016 at 10:14 am

That we are a non-governmental organization (NGO) means that we are not part of the government. We are a non-profit organization funded by other foundations, companies, or private persons, who makes it possible for us to do our work.

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Facebook IconMarch 18, 2016 at 3:16 pm

A lot of people have showed their interest in Xuan's case by commenting both on Youtube and Facebook. To update you on her situation - despite her difficult past, she is doing well safely back with her husband in Vietnam. There has still not been a prosecution against her family member who lured her, so we can not if they will or will not charge the trafficker yet.

We would also like you to note that this video is not a common form of communication for AAT. We have strict ethics to follow when it comes to protecting our victims, and we never ask girls or women to go public with what happened to them. However, Xuan was willing to be open about her story and make the video even after we explained the consequences and we support her in her choice. However, for the future we ask our followers, donors and supporters to understand that most of the women we work with does not want this attention. Thanks for respecting how we work.

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Escaping Human Trafficking

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When Xuan\'s family fell on hard times in 2013, she readily accepted an offer from her aunt in Malaysia to go work there. But the job was not what Xuan expected and she ended up having to make a daring escape at the risk of her life. Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?a…

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Facebook IconMarch 15, 2016 at 12:42 pm

This is one of the typical cases we assist. Xuan is one of many women being lured abroad by close acquaintances or relatives, with the promise of a job opportunity. Discovering the false intentions, her dream was turned into a nightmare. Xuan had to take a brave escape by jumping out of a 3rd floor building for her freedom. Watch the story of a surviving human trafficking victim.

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Escaping Human Trafficking

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When Xuan\'s family fell on hard times in 2013, she readily accepted an offer from her aunt in Malaysia to go work there. But the job was not what Xuan expected and she ended up having to make a daring escape at the risk of her life. Subscribe to our channel: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?a…

Lisa Rice Duek why wouldn't they charge the VN family member who recruited her?

March 16, 2016 at 8:52 am

Paula Satink Muito, muito triste. Com lágrimas nos olhos de como pessoas tão próximas se aproveitam da vulnerabilidade de vítimas.......

March 15, 2016 at 3:08 pm

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Facebook IconMarch 11, 2016 at 2:46 pm

We are pleased to announce that another survivor of trafficking was successfully rescued in Malaysia!

A close family member gave her a false promise of a job opportunity, and she was brought to Malaysia with the hopes of building a better future. She managed to escape after she found out their real intentions - to exploit her as a prostitute. The police contacted us to help in the case.

The girl is now safely back in Vietnam. A special thank to Tenaganita Shelter in Kuala Lumpur for keeping her safe while she was waiting for new documentation and migration procedures! We are following up to provide the support needed.

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Lisa Rice Duek Great work AAT!!!!

March 12, 2016 at 12:42 pm

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Minh Hồ Thanks AAT,

March 11, 2016 at 3:21 pm

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Facebook IconMarch 8, 2016 at 8:00 am

In recognition of the International Women's Day we would like to encourage everyone not to participate in the exploitation of women in the sex industry. Let's promote gender equality and human rights for everyone!

วันที่ 8 มี.ค. วันสตรีสากล
เรา องค์กรที่ทำงานกับผู้หญิงซึ่งเป็นผู้เสียหายและกลุ่มเสี่ยงจากในวงจรการค้ามนุษย์
ขอเชิญชวนให้ทุกท่านร่วมรณรงค์ให้กับสตรีทั่วโลก
"เพื่อสังคมที่ไม่มีการซื้อขายผู้หญิงและความเสมอภาคเท่าเทียมกันอย่างแท้จริง"

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Facebook IconMarch 6, 2016 at 10:00 am

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(ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) You are invited! It is with great pleasure to invite you to the official opening of Made in Mekong: Coffee and Creative Crafts, a social enterprise initiated by AAT. Initiated with love, a small café and craft store, Made in Mekong, is a social enterprise that serves quality, locally produced beverages and sells locally made creative crafts from the SIX-countries along the Greater Mekong Sub-Region to both locals and foreigners. Join us and be part of our special day at Made in Mekong on Friday 11 March 2016, from 8:30 A.M.-12:00 P.M. Location: Vientiane, Lao PDR (Map as shown in the picture). RSVP at communication@allianceantitrafic.org. See you soon!

เรียนเชิญทุกท่านนะคะ ในที่สุดก็ถึงวันที่เราจะเปิดตัวร้านกาแฟเก๋ๆ เป็นธุรกิจเพื่อสังคม ที่ AAT ช่วยก่อตั้งและพัฒนาขึ้นอย่างเป็นทางการ ร้านเมดอินแม่โขง เป็นกิจการขนาดเล็กที่เริ่มให้บริการลูกค้าดัวยเครื่องดื่มและขนมที่หลากหลายแก่ทั้งชาวลาวและนักท่องเที่ยว เราอยากให้พื้นที่นี้เป็นพื้นที่ในการนำเสนอผลิตภัณท์และผลงานของชุมชนในพื้นที่ต่างๆ มาเผยแพร่สู่สารธารณะ ด้วยความที่เป็นกิจการเพื่อสังคมผลกำไรจากร้านยังได้หมุนกลับไปพัฒนาผู้ผลิตในพื้นที่ ให้ได้พัฒนาและเรียนรู้การทำงานร่วมกันในชุมชนในพื้นที่ลุ่มแม่น้ำโขง สุดท้ายก็ดูแลเด็กและผู้หญิงในชุมชนต่อไป

ร้านเมดอินแม่โขงตั้งอยู่ที่ ถนน สามเสนไท แขวงเวียงจันทร์ ประเทศลาว เจอกันที่ร้าน วันศุกร์ที่ 11 มีนาคม นี้ ตั้งแต่ 8:30 เช้าจนถึงเที่ยงค่ะ (แผนที่ตามตามรูป) สอบถามเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ communication@allianceantitrafic.org

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Kannaporn Sornsomrit great project kha. will let u know if i can join.

March 6, 2016 at 11:09 am

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Facebook IconFebruary 29, 2016 at 6:58 pm

Alliance Anti-Trafic added 4 new photos — with Kathryn Stevens and 2 others.

ขอเชิญเพื่อนๆ พี่ๆ น้องๆ ร่วมบริจาคเงินสมทบทุนสร้างโรงเรียน พื้นที่เมือง จ๊อกแม รัฐฉาน ประเทศพม่า เนื่องจากโรงเรียนถูกไฟใหม้ ( โรงเรียนวัดหนองปิงอ่อน ) ทำให้อาคารเรียน อุปกรณ์การเรียน คอมพิวเตอร์สำหรับน้องๆ เสียหายหมด เครื่อข่าย Tai Kid Organization , Tai Youth Empowerment และมูลนิธิพิทักษ์สตรี ระดมทุนเพื่อสร้างโรงเรียนให้น้องๆใหม่คะ

โรงเรียนแห่งนี้เป็นความตั้งใจของพระและกลุ่มเยาวชนที่ต้องการสร้างพื้นที่การเรียนรู้ให้กับเด็กๆ และชาวบ้าน......พระที่โน่นทำหลายหน้าที่ หากเรามีโอกาสได้เห็น เราอาจได้เห็นพระสอนเด็ก ทำกิจกรรม อบรม ในยามสงคราม พระวางตำราเพื่อถือเคียวเกี่ยวข้าวให้ชาวบ้าน....

หากเรายังนึกไม่ออกว่าวันเกิดนี้จะทำบุญที่ไหนๅ? งานแต่งงานนี้อยากทำอะไรที่เป็นประโยชน์ ? อยากร่วมสร้างฝันร่วมกันเพื่อน้องๆ ขอเชิญบริจาคได้ที่
มูลนิธิพิทักษ์สตรี เลขที่บัญชี 171-269836-5 ธนาคารไทยพานิชย์ สาขารามอินทรา โทร 02-2145157-8 รายละเอียดข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมตามแนบนะคะ ....แชร์ได้คะ

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February 26, 2016 at 1:07 pm

Alliance Anti-Trafic Vietnam shared a video to Alliance Anti-Trafic's Timeline.

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Produced by UN Women Viet Nam, the video highlights gender stereotypes and social norms surrounding sexual violence cases held by justice providers and gender-blind justice systems which are underlying causes in access to justice for women survivors of sexual violence.

As opposed to commonly held rape myth that sexual violence cases occur in public spaces using force by strangers, United Nations studies in Viet Nam found that 86% of the sexual violence cases involved suspects who were known to the survivor, the majority of incidents took place in a private space and the majority of survivors did not have physical injuries. Gender stereotypes and social norms lead to victim-blaming and inappropriate use of reconciliation measures which contribute to a culture of impunity.

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CC: UN Women , SayNO - UNiTE to End Violence Against Women

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Facebook IconFebruary 24, 2016 at 9:30 am

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(ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) Thank you for the opportunity. On 18 Feb, in Pattaya, Ms. Chaleerat or P'Taew of AAT was invited by Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS) to reflect and share our working experience in providing protection and assistance to victims of trafficking. Things like what is our normal procedure after receiving cases or emergency calls, how to provide appropriate assistance to the victims after rescure, and case stories (social media) were among the topics of the day. More than 50 journalists and media crews (from the eastern part of Thailand) attended this event.

เมื่อวันที่ 18 กพ ที่ผ่านมา คุณชลีรัตน์ หรือ พี่แต๋วของ AAT ได้รับเชิญเป็นวิทยากรเวทีเสวนา เรื่อง การคุ้มครอง ช่วยเหลือ ผู้ได้รับผลกระทบจากการค้ามนุษย์ ณ ชลจันทร์ พัทยา รีสอร์ท จ.ชลบุรี จัดโดยกระทรวงพัฒนาสังคมและความมั่นคงของมนุษย์ โดยประเด็นที่เราได้แชร์จากประสบการณ์การทำงาน คือ ลำดับการช่วยเหลือเร่งด่วย (เมื่อได้รับแจ้ง) หลักเกณฑ์การช่วยเหลือในกรณีเร่งด่วนที่สุดคืออะไร การช่วยเหลือแล้วไปไหน คุ้มครองอย่างไร งานนี้ผู้เข้าร่วมเป็นสื่อมวลชนท้องถิ่นในภาคตะวันออก จำนวน 50 คนค่ะ

#MSDHS #Allianceantitrafic #AAT #Media #Antihumantrafficking #Emergency #Protective #Assistance #เอเอที #มูลนิธิพิทักษ์สตรี

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February 17, 2016 at 12:53 pm

Chúc mừng năm mới! Happy Lunar New Year!
The year of the Monkey.
The year starts after Tết in Vietnam. AAT is ready for more challenges and developments fighting against exploitation and human trafficking.

Last year our work resulted in 33 women victims of trafficking, mainly in Malaysia, receiving our repatriation support; 3200 women and 330 minors working in prostitution were approached by our outreach team to receive information, health support and assistance about self-protection and STD's; more than 32.000 condoms were distributed and; 2647 pupils have benefited from the Sexual Education and Reproductive Health training provided by AAT and 15 female minors are the first beneficiaries of the AAT Education and Empowerment Support program for children at risk.

We thanks our donors which are essential to make our work possible and perceive our goals, supporters, colleagues, network and the community.
Let the new year begin!

Alliance Anti-Trafic
February 12, 2016 at 10:02 am

Alliance Anti-Trafic shared Cause Vision's photo.

การ์ตูนตะวันทอแสง จาก Cause Vision ร่วมกับองค์กรในพื้นที่ เช่น AATเพื่อแปลภาษาและแจกจ่ายให้กับกลุ่มเป้าหมาย หนังสืออ่านง่าย ให้ความรู้กับน้องๆ ในชุมชนเพื่อให้ตระหนักถึงภัยของการถูกค้ามนุษย์ ให้รู้เท่าทันสถานการณ์ ปัจจุบันได้รับการแปลเป็นภาษาทั้งหมด 5 ภาษา แล้วค่ะ AAT is more than happy to be part of the translators & distributors "Waiting for Sunrise", a comic book to raise awareness on human trafficking to the younger generations in the local communities of Laos and Shan State, Myanmar.

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Cause Vision has published 5 comic stories in 10 languages. Here is one of them "Waiting For Sunrise" in 5 languages.

From the left: Lao (distributed in Laos near the Thai border by Alliance Anti-Trafic AAT), Tai (distributed among Shen tribe in Myanmar by AAT), Thai ( by ECPAT Foundation Japanese ( by ノット・フォー・セール・ジャパン(Not For Sale Japan) & ECPAT/STOP Japan, and English version.

Our new comic for Colombia and Ecuador in Spanish "Las Mariposas", artwork by Tiffany L. Pascal , and a #comic for New York City kids ( tentative title "Where is Dylan?") by a Singapore based artist FSc in English and Spanish are on the way.

Alliance Anti-Trafic
February 10, 2016 at 5:30 pm

Alliance Anti-Trafic shared IOM X's post.

รัฐบาลเวียดนามเซ็น MOU กับประเทศกัมพูชาและลาว เพื่อทำงานร่วมกันในการแก้ปัญหาการค้ามนุษย์ให้มีประสิทธิภาพมากขึ้น

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IOM X

#Exciting news coming out of #Vietnam. The Ministry of Public Security has stepped up cooperation with its #Laotian and #Cambodian counterparts to tackle cross-border human trafficking, which has affected thousands of Vietnamese women. http://ow.ly/Y9zS9

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Facebook IconFebruary 8, 2016 at 10:07 am

Gong Xi Fa Chai
Chúc Mừng Năm Mới

Happiness and Prosperity throughout the Year of the Monkey.
Happy Chinese New Year
Happy Vietnamese New Year

AAT Team

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