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 Our mission is to prevent human trafficking and child exploitation in Cambodia through individualized community development programs, resulting in trafficking-free safe zones.



Cambodia’s history of the Khmer Rouge genocide along with current trends of extreme poverty, lack of education, and family migration has resulted in Cambodian children and adults being trafficked, exploited, and abused. Consider these statistics:

  • 35% of the sexually exploited are children under the age of 16; some as young as 5 years old (UNICEF)
  • Almost all labor trafficked victims repatriated from Thailand and Vietnam are children from Cambodia (UNIAP)
  • As many as 1/3 of the sexually exploited in Cambodia are children (EPCAT)
  • 64% of Cambodian children report knowing a child who has been raped by an adult, while over 20% indicate witnessing the rape of a child in their community


Since 2009, Freedom’s Promise has made an impact in the lives of Cambodians through our services and through sharing Christ’s love. Following community development program implementation, we have seen the trafficking risk decline in all of our communities. In some cases, we can report a decrease from 65% to less than 10%. We have:

  • Enrolled over 1,800 children in our educational projects
  • Graduated 120 at-risk women from our one-year seamstress training program
  • Conducted more than 28 trips during which we worked with our indigenous partners to further long-term goals
  • Initiated a radio broadcast to help reach at-risk and exploited women
  • Provided annual quality-training seminars to community leaders
  • Committed support for the Cambodian partner-run university dorms where 24 students are pursuing college degrees
  • Seen over 4,900 patients in our health clinics, with each patient receiving medical care and education for nutrition and disease prevention

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