We are a small sized NGO that we like to keep on a human scale. AAT was created by Thai, Vietnamese and French with the help of Cambodian and Malaysian. AAT is a local NGO, registered in France and in Thailand.
Our impressive results were achieved with small budgets.
Our work is effective but insufficient
Without your help, we can not succeed
HELP US MAKE MORE IMPACT
Support for women involved in prostitution
Protection of children girls at risk
Provinces of origin of victims we supported & rescued
Program of support for victims of trafficking
Education to prevent human trafficking, sexual abuse and exploitation.
Other work: All provinces.
Training for officers of the Department of Social Affairs and Women Union of all provinces about support and services for Victims of Trafficking. 1 training/ year, 5 years.
You are called to do something BIG. Say YES and HELP US to transform lives, to offer security, happiness and hope for children and women.
is an organization run by qualified professionals on human science research and social work and a group of peer-educators who are capable of understanding the situation of the persons supported by AAT’s programs and projects.
is a pioneering NGO, establishing the first models of action to tackle the causes and consequences of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Vietnam over the past fifteen years.
is unique thanks to its international task force network with local partners in fifteen countries worldwide, its direct field actions in five countries of Southeast Asia and its relationship and partnership with regional governments.
especialy act against causes of sexual exploitation, abuse and human trafficking, but also on the consequences through victim support.
Alliance Anti Trafic is smart. transparent. efficient. visible. innovative. impactive. inventive. sustainable. impartial. professional. the NGO you expect.
AAT propose services on rehabilitation and reintegration for victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation through micro loan programs for vocational training and small businesses and propose support for women in precarious situation.
After working to support victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation since 2001 in Vietnam, after witnessing and listening to countless heart-breaking stories, we strongly believe that it is not only essential, but also ethical, to put prevention first, even though prevention work is often deemed less visible and emotional.
It was our unique work with women being exploited in prostitution that has granted us the unique and trusted access to this population. We designed the program out of our proven understanding of the human trafficking and sexual exploitation scene in the country and of our strong belief that education is the key to break the unending cycle of poverty, vulnerability and exploitation among this population.
Recent statistics of the Ministry of Social Affairs of Vietnam have revealed that over 1,000 children across Vietnam are sexually abused on a yearly basis, meaning that one child falls victim every eight hours.
from 2014 to 2017. They are between 15 and 36 years old. They were arrested in a country where they were trafficked and forced into prostitution. They were identified for repatriation by our network and then disappeared. We warning embassies, police and international organizations of this situation since years without any success.
French Network for Asian Studies International Conference
26-28 June 2017, Sciences Po.
Photo Display : A Matter of Time.
This series of images and texts provides a glimpse into prostitution, trafficking and AIDS in Southeast Asia. At the same time, it serves as a reflection on the nexus between photography and anthropology, photographic and ethnographic interactions.