The following is a detailed look at the work that the International Justice Mission (IJM) did/is doing in Cambodia. It’s just an example of the impact they are making in this world for justice, and it’s a powerful example that while injustice is overwhelming, it can be fought and overcome. Follow the link afterward to the original webpage. The stories are inspiring.
Cambodia was once viewed by many as “ground zero” for child sex trafficking. In the early 2000s, very young children were often bought and sold for sex right on the streets, simply because there was no one to protect them.
Thankfully, this heartbreaking picture no longer reflects Cambodia today. Starting in the early 2000s, IJM partnered with the Cambodian authorities to rescue victims of trafficking, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors and help strengthen the justice system to better protect the poor long-term. Years of collaboration between the government, police, courts, social services, NGOs and the public have dramatically reduced the crisis of sex trafficking and made a powerful change for Cambodia’s children. The changes in Cambodia have been remarkable.
You can call me Russ.
I am a bad joke teller. Really bad joke teller. Just ask my wife and kids. The worst part is, I do it on purpose. Sometimes, you need a bad joke to make a good day.
I like to think of myself as a storyteller. I can, as far as I can tell, do this marginally better than telling jokes.
I write to tell stories of fun and adventure. I write to tell stories that dance with your imagination.
I write to tell stories that remind us all that there is always hope.
And Hope Never Fails.
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