Imagine self-sustaining employment that brings hope and removes the stigma from survivors of sex trafficking in Cambodia.
Today’s garment factory workers in Cambodia work ten hours a day, six or seven days a week, earning about $60 a month. Not enough to support themselves, let alone meet their cultural responsibility to help support aging parents and younger siblings.
Imagine a factory where the girls work five, eight hour days a week. And of those eight hours, one and a half are spent in academic studies. A factory where every worker receives health insurance. A factory where workers earn between $150 and $200 a month.
Imagine no more, it’s a coming reality. Check out the video below and see how it’s happening...