Helping Vulnerable Families Improve their Lives


Over 75, 000 Cambodians have been assisted by USAID’s Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons program since September 2015.

This program prevents at-risk people from risky migration by enabling them to make income locally through livelihood support, and providing information on safe migration and jobs in Cambodia. Also, the program supports survivors of human trafficking and labor exploitation so they may restart their lives and find justice.

To countering trafficking in person in Cambodia, CCPCR would like to show a video clip about “Helping Vulnerable Families Improve their Lives” As below.

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