Anti Trafficking in Persons Alliance Vietnam
Support for girls identified at at risk
Due to their unique living environment and social relations, younger girls such as daughters and young sisters of women involved into prostitution face higher risk of sexual abuse, early sex debut and sex trafficking. AAT Follow up them and support them for their education at school and provide education based on life skill and sex related risks.
Education for children against sex-related risks
Education on reproductive health and on sex related risks, providing tools for self-protection from sexual abuse, exploitation and the risks of human trafficking. To push the implementation of the education on sex related risks in all schools of Vietnam before the end of 2018, AAT work on the development of a board of partners to enclose NGOs, Foreign Embassies, UN agencies, local artists, and media, in order to work with the Ministry of Education. Contact us if you like to participate on this board.
Outreach work with women involved in prostitution
Outreach program with skilled peer educators approaching women and teenagers involved in prostitution on the streets, in parks, cafes, karaoke parlors and restaurants. AAT supports mental and physical health, education on safe sex practices, condoms and reconversion through vocational training and micro loans.
Support and services for victims of trafficking
Respecting domestic, foreign and international laws, AAT works in both Vietnam and in trafficking destination countries to identify, protect and safely repatriate women and children, with utmost respect for their rights.
AAT propose services on rehabilitation and reintegration for victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation through micro loan programs for vocational training and small businesses.
About AAT Regional Vietnam
is an organization run by four qualified professionals on human science research and social work and eight 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.
acting against causes and consequences of sexual exploitation, abuse and human trafficking.
– 19,741 children and 120 children with disabilities were trained about sex related risks, abuse prevention and reproductive health at school.
– 799 children and 681 women were rescued, accommodated and supported for rehabilitation process.
– 686 children at risk were prevented from being victims of sexual exploitation.
– 1,066 beneficiaries were reintegrated with a sustainable job or to open their business. 980 persons attended formal vocational training school.
– 32,621 Women involved in prostitution trained on safe sex practices and 3,440 children were followed and supported.
– 1,189 girls were withdrawn from sexual exploitation.
– 594 victims of international trafficking benefited of AAT Vietnam network facilities for rescue and repatriation.
– 8,637 medical examinations or surgery interventions and 1,302 psychology assessment provided.
– 1,026 ID documents retrieved at legal age and 98 victims supported during criminal justice proceedings.
– 1306 civil servants and social workers followed AAT training. 2224 hours of training provided.
– 346,772 condoms distributed.
– 817,325 documents on prevention distributed in South East Asia.
– 1,561,206 meals and breakfast provided to beneficiaries.
– 5,079 persons (1429 children) contacted the counseling hot line service .
– 2 Vietnamese new laws and regulations on migration and human trafficking supported through AAT field experience. 6 researches on Vietnamese migration published. 94 models of hand books, manuals, DVDs & training curricula for social workers working with victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
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Supporters of AAT, let us hear from you!
We need your help to raise funds for our program. We currently support 15 girls getting an education through one our preventative projects: “Education Support and Empowerment”. This is an ongoing commitment we have to keep these girls in school until they finish their high school/secondary studies.
Please have a look on our website HERE to read more about this. If you want to help out, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Vietnam office at (+84) (0) 902 944 334 (we speak both English, French, Portuguese and Vietnamese).
|AAT Service proposed for victims of trafficking: (link)
Các dịch vụ hỗ trợ của AAT: (Link)
|AAT celebrating 15 years of fighting human trafficking. In this regard, we would like to share some of our highlights from our work helping girls and women in South East Asia. Our stories are divided into chapters.
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|Radio Free Asia: Cost of living.
The story of a Vietnamese victim of trafficking rescued by herself.