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A former pastor in Cambodia says that his organization has helped over sex trafficking victims, including year-old girls who have been sold by their own mothers and raped. Agape International Missions has been on the frontlines of helping women and girls in the poverty-stricken country, said Don Brewster, a U. She was returned home after three nights," according to CNN.
The mother later pressured Sephak to work in a brothel, but says that she regrets her decisions now. Sephak has since joined AIM as a worker, helping other survivors earn money making bracelets and clothing. Not a lot of stability, but enough," says Sephak. I really want other people to have the kind of work that I have. They don't understand that their daughters have hearts, that they suffer. Brewster added that the focal point of sexual trafficking in Cambodia is taking place in Svay Pak, a fishing village on the outskirts of the capital of Phnom Penh.
We would say today it's significantly below 50 percent. On AIM's website , Brewster explains that he first went to Cambodia in with his wife and wasn't aware of the sex trafficking problem.
But after watching a Dateline NBC special they were shocked to learn about the children's suffering. Many were living in hell, enduring torture," he said. Christian humanitarian organizations are also active in the region helping sex industry victims, including World Help, which has been operating in Cambodia's neighbor, Thailand.
The parents who sell their daughter as a servant; the women who are branded like cattle to be purchased in red-light district dancing bars; the girl forced into a marriage not of her choosing; or the mother who enters into prostitution to provide for her son and ends up trapped in the sex industry," Yeatts told CP at the time. Recommended Women as Church leaders: Female complementarians on current debates, Beth Moore, misogyny Tenth Avenue North frontman not shocked some Christians losing faith: Jesus said they would This week in Christian history: World Tuesday, July 25, Follow Stoyan Zaimov on Facebook: Most Popular Hillsong worship leader clarifies he hasn't renounced faith, but it's on 'incredibly shaky ground' Marty Sampson responds to Skillet's John Cooper: I was being honest, not trying to draw attention.