AAT programs in South East Asia
The 4Rs actions
The 4R’s project meaning Rescue, Repatriation, Rehabilitation and Reintegration for victims of trafficking and persons involved in prostitution. AAT organize their rescue, their repatriation to their original country and their reintegration on the community.
Let me Aware
The activity focus on the education of children at schools and of the community in general. The program focus on sex related risks, reproductive health, gender, risk of human trafficking and life skills.
a School for me
AAT support girls to have access to education or to stay at school. Victims rescued, girl considered at risk, daughter and young sisters of women involved in prostitution are the beneficiaries of this program.
AAT regularly work with Ministries to advocate governments for a better future. AAT was advocate many laws and regulations applied today in Thailand and Vietnam.
Alliance Anti-Trafic (AAT) is a non-profit, non-partisan and non-religious organization that aims to protect women and children in Southeast Asia from sexual exploitation and trafficking. AAT opened two offices; one in Ho Chi Minh City, (Vietnam) and one in Bangkok, (Thailand) to manage projects in South East Asia. AAT in Thailand focus its actions in trafficking prevention and empowerment, protection, assistance and return of victims and acting in Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. AAT in Vietnam focus its actions on community prevention and provide support for children and women at risk and for victims of trafficking and of sexual exploitation. Both offices are regional because they work anywhere in the region when necessary in order to provide protection to victims. More information about AAT can be found through the AAT's Vietnam and Thailand websites, through our Facebook international and Vietnam pages and through Twitter. In other important countries in the region (such as for example Cambodia, China, Malaysia and Singapore), AAT works through its partner organizations and governments agencies.
To educate girls against the risk of sexual exploitation.
To protect women and minors at risk and rescued from risks of sex exploitation and human trafficking or re-trafficking.
To advocate governments for better laws and regulations permitting to build a frame of preventive actions reducing the risk of sexual exploitation.
To build positive attitude on gender issues through education campaigns on schools and on the community.
Our projects in asia
AAT Thailand cover 3 countries: Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. For emergency or to notify us a case, go to this website.
AAT Vietnam acting about trafficking of Vietnamese around the world and develop preventive action in the country. Vietnam is mostly a sending country.
For his action and the sustainability of the reintegration in the community of our beneficiaries, AAT has developed social enterprises in Vietnam and Laos and one employment agency for migrants in Thailand.
Radio Free Asia: Cost of living. The story of a Vietnamese victim of trafficking rescued by herself. The story of Xuan a human trafficking survivor who has a message to tell after her bad experience in Malaysia.
Some of you may be confused of the differences between Human Trafficking and Smuggling. Here is the clarification.
[Vietnamese caption below] They have made it HOME! These two boys (16 years old) were arrested in Thailand when working on a boat that fished illegally in Thai sea. After 4 months in junior detention center, they were sent home. A21 and AAT provided the support they needed in Thailand and in Vietnam. —– Về[…]
Our network in Laos, social enterprise coffee shop, does not only serve coffee, but they also teach people who are interested in coffee making through ‘Basic barista course’. If you are in Vientiane, Laos, please stop by to support good cause and have some tasty drinks. Made in Mekong added 3 new photos.