Founded in Cambodia in 2005, Chab Dai (meaning “joining hands” in Khmer) is a non-profit organization that is committed to working together with diverse stakeholders to abolish all forms of abuse and exploitation. Tenth Church is proud to have been actively supporting Chab Dai for the past 13 years. Some of Chab Dai's top 2019 highlights include:
1.) The Asia Regional AntiTrafficking Conference had a profound impact for the more than 200 participants from over 23 countries.
2.) Working with the Cambodian national government on a database management system for Cambodia to better help and protect survivors and those at risk of trafficking and exploitation.
3.) Chab Dai's Global Learning Community team hosted the “Beyond Aftercare” Partner Call, which was then shared across 15 countries.
4.) The Butterfly Research Project hosted “A Decade of Survivor Voices: Butterfly Research’s End Celebration” to honor 10 years of research with survivors.
To learn more about Chab Dai's initiatives and insights, check out the full report.