AAT Founder – Winner of the French Social & Humanitarian International Trophy 2020 & Asia-Pacific Trophy 2019
We protect and empower the vulnerable women and children.
10% are children
20% are stateless
Children who are featured on this site are no victims of trafficking or sexual exploitation. They are AAT’s community ambassadors. The minors and their parents consent to the use of the photographs. A photo release form was signed by both parties.
Since 2001, AAT combat sexual exploitation in all its forms, involving women & children in Southeast Asia.
We fight against the risk of illegal trade and dealings of women and children with preventive actions and direct support for victims.
As long as we remember we share one future,
we will survive..
Our NGO relies on an interactive concept of solidarity between the beneficiaries and the NGO. Children help children, children help adults, adults help children. Those who have certain skills help others. Thanks to this chain of support, our projects are therefore constantly changing .This concept strengthen personal growth initiative and the hope of our beneficiaries.
"The world will not be destroyed by those who do the evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything"
We protect girls of families living from prostitution and rescued victims. They received education, health and closed follow up.
We treat topics such as reproductive health, gender, sexual harassment, domestic violence, cyber-crimes, human trafficking, etc. We have a deep experience in prevention with ethnic minorities, schools, factory workers, etc.
Our 4R action means rescue, repatriation, rehabilitation and reintegration for people involved in illegal trade and dealing, supported by our peer educator and social worker teams.
Health is the most important thing for the future of our beneficiaries. We help them to get examination, treatment and health insurance. (Depending of the country)
We work with country ministries to help them develop a sustainable future. Our advocacy was crucial to many laws and regulations applied in Thailand and Vietnam today.
PREVENTION: We treat several topics such as reproductive health, gender, sexual harassment, drugs, domestic violence, cyber-crimes, human trafficking, etc. We have a deep experience in prevention with ethnic minorities, schools, factory workers, etc.
HELP: Le sauvetage, le rapatriement, la réhabilitation et la reintegration sont des services que nous fournissons aux victimes de trafic humains et de l'exploitation sexuelle. Ce groupe est encadré par nos pairs éducateurs.
HEALTH: Health is the most important thing for the future of our beneficiaries. We help them to get examination, treatment and health insurance. (Depending of the country)
ADVOCACY: We work with country ministries to help them develop a sustainable future. Our advocacy was crucial to many laws and regulations applied in Thailand and Vietnam today.
The school is expensive.
Most of them leave school to help their families financially.
90% of the victims we supported admit to having been sexually abused as children. Prevention education drastically reduce this risk.
AAT cooperate with ARLEMP (Asian Region Law Enforcement Management program) under Australian Federal Police and RMIT University and with EMPACT project combating Child Sexual Exploitation under INTERPOL-EUROPOL and the French Ministry of Interior.
“My mother forced me to work as prostitute since I was 10 years old……..I was supported and protected by AAT during many years ”
« I don’t want to prostitute myself anymore » « I don’t want to harm myself anymore »
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.
“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.”
“What AAT did in such a short time is amazing”.
“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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