Since 2005, Agape International Missions has been focused on stopping the cycle of sex trafficking and exploitation in Cambodia by preventing human trafficking and rescuing, restoring, and reintegrating survivors. Our first project was focused on restoring girls who were rescued out of sex trafficking. Today, we have 10 programs that combat human trafficking and exploitation through a holistic strategy, including an acreditted elementary and English school; a church and community center that conducts outreach and humanitarian aid work; a boxing gym that provides discipleship to men in the community; several restoration facilities that provide quality aftercare to girls and women; a SWAT team that works with Cambodian police to conduct investigations, raids and rescues; and employment training centers that provide job training and placement for survivors.
GCF # 716
Jim McMorran (CFO)
Ashleigh Wright (Advancement Operations Manager)
Staff of over 350 (including US team and Cambodia team)