Taiwan opens a new shelter for women

New shelter for women in Cambodia
“The Pleroma Home for Girls in Phnom Penh will serve as both a shelter and school for girls under 18 and offer sex trafficking victims counseling and career training, said Lily Lee, the project manager and a board member of the Taipei-based Garden of Hope Foundation’s branch in New York”. 

According to the research discussed in this article:

80-100,000 women are involved in the sex trade industry in Cambodia.

80% of these are under 18.

Please read the article included in the link at the top of the page to learn more.


One response to “Taiwan opens a new shelter for women

  • Daniel Persaud

    This website is fantastic (for informative purposes). However, the statistics in this article are seriously scary. It’s terrifying that it is that way. Things need to change, and people need to be willing to make these changes. This is great. The first step to changing things is becoming aware of the things that need to change, and you are making people aware.

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