Combat sexual
exploitation
& abuse
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Children on this site are neither victims of trafficking nor sexual exploitation. These are AAT community ambassadors. They and their parents signed a consent form for the use of photographs.

Alliance Anti Trafic winner of the French Social and Humanitarian Trophy of the Petit Journal, Asia and the Pacific region.
December 2019
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Since 2001, AAT combat and prevent sexual exploitation & abuse, help and empower women and children in Southeast Asia.

As long as we remember we share one future,
we will survive.

Geostorm

We empower vulnerable communities about the risk of illegal trade and dealings involving children and women with a holistic project including preventive actions and direct support for victims.

We restore the hope of our beneficiaries thanks to the build-up of a chain of solidarity among all persons involved in our program

Children help children, children help adults, adults help children. People who have more experience help the ones who has less experience.
We are a NGO created by peers and we are continuously applying this concept in our work

"The world will not be destroyed by those who do the evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything"

Albert Heinstein
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Our Impact in Southeast Asia
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trafficked people supported. Women Children & men
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people trained on prevention. Children, factory workers and officials
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sex surrogates supported. Including 10% of children
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girls received scholarships. Including 20% of appatrides
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our work: five core areas
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AAT supports girls to have access to education, to continue their schooling and to have access to health. Victims rescued, girls identified at risk, daughters and young sisters of women involved in prostitution are the beneficiaries of this program.
Protection
A school for me
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Prevention is better than a cure.
With 15 years of experience in this field, AAT is a specialist in prevention education for children in schools, communities such as minority ethnic groups and factory workers. The prevention focuses on sex related risks, reproductive health, gender, risk of human trafficking , sexual harassment, abuse and exploitation and cover other topics as unsafe migration, domestic violence, life skills, use of drugs, etc.
Prevention
Let me Aware
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4R (Force) means : rescue, repatriation, rehabilitation and reintegration, for children, women or men involved in human trafficking, smuggling and prostitution.

AAT peer educators' outreach team visits the red zones and meets with women and teenagers involved in prostitution daily, to offer harm reduction solutions.
Community Protection and Direct Supports
The 4rs Actions
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The AAT works with country ministries to help them develop a more sustainable future. AAT advocacy was crucial to many laws and regulations applied in Thailand and Vietnam today.
Advocacy
better future
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Health support is an important mission applied to most of our beneficiaries. We support health examination and treatment and we provide health insurance following the availability by country.
Health
i'm healty
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We act in Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and Myanmar
  • We educate children at schools and in the community against the risk of sexual abuse, exploitation, human trafficking and other social harms.

  • We protect women and girls identified at risk.

  • We work with government to advocate for better laws and regulations for the building of a sustainable society.

  • We promote positive attitude on gender issues and human rights through education campaigns in schools and in the communities.

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Thailand
Our actions
in
South East
Asia
Made in
Mekong
Vietnam
Ventiane, Laos
Office in Ho CHi Minh City
Office in Bangkok City
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Prevention
Education
Vietnam
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how we work
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case stories
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Letter sent by beneficiaries:

I am and my sibling want to express our deepest gratitude for everything you have done for us. Now we live with our welcome family in USA. My 3 children are well in school. I want someday to do the same with other people needing help as you do for us. I know I can never repay for what you have done for us. Please accept our deepest gratitude from the bottom of our hearts.

Phil Marshal, international expert:

“AAT has abundant knowledge on the factors that render women vulnerable to exploitation, the modus operandi of their exploiters, the behaviours of the consumers, the political issues influencing policies and actions and the general mentality of the populations towards these issues and its impact on women’s rehabilitation needs. Few organisations can match this length or breadth of experience.”

UK Embassy

“What AAT did in such a short time is amazing”.

Program beneficiary

« I don’t want to prostitute myself anymore » « I don’t want to harm myself anymore »

Program beneficiary

“My mother forced me to work as prostitute since I was 10 years old……..I was supported and protected by AAT during many years ”

Program beneficiary

“I want to go to school because this is the only way to make my dream come true”

« I don’t want to work as a prostitute anymore. …..I’m 16 years old …..I’m too young »

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