What we read. A round up of links that inspire, challenge and inform our work at The Charis Project. We hope they will inspire you and move you to action in some cases as well.
The Women Who Sell Their Daughters into Sex Slavery
This is a heartbreaking piece on Cambodian women who sold their own daughters for sex, trying to dig out from under impossible debt levied by corrupt money lenders. It gets at the roots of the problem, and it’s correlation to extreme poverty. This is why we say so confidently that our efforts to empower impoverished communities will preventing the trafficking of the children in those villages.
We’re All Trading Our Lives For Something : Trade Up
Carrien is co-founder of The Charis Project, Family Education Curriculum Developer, and mom of 6.
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