LIFE SE ASIA MAGAZINE

Father’s Love Letter

I became aware involved about human trafficking when the woman I love was traffic.

Most of the NGO that help are Christian. There are Muslim also and my next post will write about them.

Many of the females are traffic in sex for a better life often to help their families or tricked.

When a mother encourage a daughter to be a prostitute how does she escape the culture. That culture is wide spread in Issan or the NE Thailand.

How can she get her freedom?

In my view and experience is God.

I ask my pastor KR at All Nations Church Phuket Thailand for some words.

Want to thank KR and Father’s Love.

He gave me the resource

Father Love

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And help resources

Appreciate comments or would like to share your experience.

For Freedom International updated. We do not recommend at this time.

I have lived in Thailand over 10 years and you cant miss seeing the sex trade even if you are not looking for it. Not just Phuket, but Pattaya Bangkok and rest of Thailand. Most of the girls are from Issan or North East Thailand. That is the poorest area if Thailand. The Thai culture is the daughter is responsible for taking care of her parents in old age. That today has translated to taking care of all the family. The daughter thru peer pressure culture pressure to provide money no matter the cost to herself. Brothers will have a family, home . While often the sister gives up her life. I have seen it. Holiday daughter comes home with the money while the father and brothers take the money get drunk play cards.

Human trafficking is a serious crime. Often a person trying to escape is tortured or killed.

There are many legitimate well organized NGO that can and will help.

We do not recommend this NGO.

If you need help or know someone that needs help in Thailand.

We do not suggest this NGO at this time.

We suggest A21 , Zoe international for children. Also Nightlight in Bangkok are excellent legitimate NGO.

What can be done!

For Freedom International is a organization that offers the girls a chance to break away.

About For Freedom. Text is from their web site.

About Us

About FFI

For Freedom International started with a dream to see the marginalized, vulnerable, and exploited set free from the injustice of oppression. That dream has drawn our team from around the globe to Thailand, a truly beautiful country in the throes of combatting human trafficking and sexual exploitation. FFI has begun our work in the province of Phuket, one of the largest sex tourism destinations in Southeast Asia, and we’re implementing our holistic approach outward, trusting God to bring freedom and hope to the people of Phuket, to the rest of Thailand, to Southeast Asia, and back to those living in the West.

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