December 1, 2022
Alliance Anti-Trafic Vietnam Introduction [CSR]
Alliance Anti Trafficking has been operating in Vietnam since 2001 to empower and protect vulnerable communities. The pilot program started even earlier in the mid-1990s, as Jurgen Thomas (in Thailand) and Georges Blanchard (In Vietnam) began protecting children from sexual exploitation. Since then, over 200,000 total Vietnamese have benefited from the organization.
As the oldest anti-trafficking NGO in Vietnam, AAT offers a preventative education program, protects children at risk, provides support for victims of prostitution and trafficking, and more. The NGO works with the government to facilitate rescue and victim protection. They regularly make appearances on Vietnamese television to raise awareness of human trafficking activities across the country. Women, children, and other vulnerable groups were trafficked for their virginity, organs, or labor. Operating for over a decade, this NGO has created many campaigns to reduce human trafficking crimes. The House of Social in Hue is a drop-in center that provides a safe space for victims and counseling support. Women, children, and also men can seek shelter, health care, legal support, and more.
AAT has been rescuing and providing transportation, personal care packages, health care, psychological support, and life training skills for victims. Not only does the organization bring victims back to safety, but it also helps with rehabilitation and community integration. Every minute that goes by, AAT achieves new progress that will protect more people against trafficking. This big mission receives huge support across the nation, from the government to victims, donors, and corporations. Those who wish to create change can sponsor a child - daughters or sisters of women involved in prostitution. Health and housing instability, poverty, incarcerated parents, debt, and drugs are all part of their reality. It is also possible to donate to one of the organization’s projects.
Corporations are also in full support of AAT. Dirox has always been present for punctual actions with the NGO to help rescue more victims. Dirox is strongly against human trafficking and prostitution and believes in supporting victims' educational projects, rescue programs, and awareness campaigns. We believe it is a part of our responsibility to contribute to the change in human trafficking activities in Vietnam, thus, Dirox pledges to give 1% of our revenue to AAT so that they can extend their support further.
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