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New Van in Cambodia Helps Prevent Exploitation by Transporting Children Safely to School

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    August 11, 2015
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In the notorious Svay Pak area of Cambodia, an estimated 70% of children are exploited through commercial sex. Agape International Missions (AIM) is working hard to change this. AIM’s on-site school offers certified teachers and the promise of a high school education for Svay Pak’s children. However, maneuvering through the streets of Svay Pak by foot is treacherous for a little one.

Thanks to 56 End Crowd members and one generous matching sponsor, Clarity Technology Group, AIM was able to purchase a van on March 26, 2015 to help students get to and from school safely and escape the cycle of sex trafficking.

“Few organizations have the professionalism and passion that can motivate a crowd to make deep impact,” describes Stephanie VanTassell, AIM’s Director of Development. “End Crowd has proven to be one of them.”

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