Empowering Women to Protect Women

” When I visited the newly repatriated former victims, I realised that they had been trafficked by the same people who trafficked me. I traced them and laid a complaint with the police. Two traffickers were arrested and sentenced to 17 and 15 years jail.” Former victims or vulnerable groups, removed by AAT from brothels or forced marriage, are empowered to become agents of change to prevent others from modern sex slavery, and support their families. We protect victims and seek to establish fair judicial practices, by having offenders brought to justice and pursuing restitution for victims. ” Read More

Alliance Anti-Trafic (AAT) is a non-profit, non-partisan and non-religious organization that aims to protect women and children in Southeast Asia from sexual explotation and trafficking.

AAT works to elimiate sexual exual exploitation through various different programs,aimed to cover the whole process of suppressing trafficking and sexual exploitation/abuse as well as to provide support to victims. Read More


You can help provide opportunities and protection to Southeast Asian women and children. You can use any credit card or Paypal to make a single donation or donate monthly.
€35 / US$45 covers university tuition for a former victim for a month.
€55 / US$70 covers materials for a basic empowerment activity for victims in a shelter. Read More


On the 24th of December 2019 at 2.40 AM, AAT together with the immigration police investigators have rescued 8 Lao girls

whom among them 5 are under eighteen years old. AAT has received a case notification informing that some underage Lao girls were victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation in a disguised brothel in Rayong province. After two weeks of investigations, AAT has localized the victims and has coordinated with the immigration police to undertake a raid in the said karaoke bar (disguised brothel).

AAT Thailand was invited by Asian Football Confederation to give a training on self-protection from sexual harassment to coaches and female footballers at AFC Child Safeguard seminar.

This seminar was held on 17 September 2019, at Chonburi province, during the same time as AFC U16 Women’s Championship 2019. This event gathered females footballers from 8 countries in Asia-Pacific: North Korea, South Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Read More

During the 1st half of 2019, AAT Thailand along with OUR* and DSI*

During the 1st half of 2019, AAT Thailand along with OUR* and DSI* provided training on online dangers towards children and youth and online investigation practices to government officials and local NGOs in 5 regions of Thailand: North, Northeast, Central, East, and South.Read More