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  • Congratulations to the 11 youths on achieving 1-month “Social Workers Training Program For An At-risk Group of Women and Children in Shan State”

    Jun 17, 15 • UncategorizedComments Off on Congratulations to the 11 youths on achieving 1-month “Social Workers Training Program For An At-risk Group of Women and Children in Shan State”
    Congratulations to the 11 youths on achieving 1-month “Social Workers Training Program For An At-risk Group of Women and Children in Shan State”

              (ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ) Ending one successful training to embark on a wonderful journey of community development! The first batch of 11 youths (including Buddhist monks) from Shan State, Myanmar officially completed a 1-month “Social Workers Training Program For An At-risk Group of Women and Children in Shan State”. Now all 11 are ready to put their [&hellip...

  • Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders

    Apr 10, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders
    Great progress of networking development among Shan monks and other active communities leaders

      For prevention and protection works, in order to reach target groups in the source (home) country, like Shan State, Myanmar, AAT saw the importance of networking with Shan community leaders such as youth groups, women groups, teachers, as well as monks (both in Thailand and Shan State) and building communities’ own capacities to carry [&hellip...

  • 3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.

    Feb 9, 15 • Blog, newsComments Off on 3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.
    3 rescue operations in 1 week: tough but successful week! Great job for AAT’s field operations & multidisciplinary teams. Special thanks also goes to our network partner, Tenaganita Malaysia.

    First case: (4 Feb 2015) rescue of 2 young women and 1 girl from Myanmar (Shan State) who were locked up in a trafficker mansion/brothel located in the center of Bangkok. This case was notified to AAT by a former victim of our previous cases. This successful operation was in collaboration with the National Operation Center on Prevention [&hellip...

  • 9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn

    Oct 7, 14 • newsComments Off on 9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn
    9 Myanmar women rescued in the raid on suspected karaoke/massage parlor in Samhutsakorn

    Around 8 P.M. (Oct 4, 2014), a multi-disciplinary team consisted of military from Kamphaengphet Akhara Yothin Camp, Immigration polices, Provincial Police 7 (Samutsakorn), the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and AAT conducted a raid at a karaoke/massage parlor in Samutsakorn province. The place was operated specifically as a front for a brothel. There, the team were able to rescued 9 [&hellip...

  • Raising awareness with the Caravan Off-road trip

    Oct 7, 14 • news, UncategorizedComments Off on Raising awareness with the Caravan Off-road trip
    Raising awareness with the Caravan Off-road trip

    Coming up soon! The 4×4 Suzuki Caravan Off-road trip (No.11) from Mae Sai, North of Thailand to Shan State, Myanmar (23-26 October).  Recently, AAT rescued many cases coming from Myanmar, especially from Shan State area. Seeing this 4×4 Suzuki road trip as a good opportunity to raise awareness of the problems and introducing our organization at the [&hellip...

  • Shan youth learn about human trafficking and gender equality

    Jul 9, 14 • newsComments Off on Shan youth learn about human trafficking and gender equality
    Shan youth learn about human trafficking and gender equality

    ”When girls come back, they look more beautiful and have whiter skin and nice things.That makes other girls think that maybe they, too, should get into prostitution” (Girl, 17)   Last weekend, AAT held a workshop on human trafficking and gender equality for 20 young women and men, including 4 Buddhist monks, who will participate [&hellip...