Aftercare

Flourishing in Freedom

Reena, Eisha and Nadiya were rescued at the Nepal border earlier this year. Since then, we have been following up with them and their families to see how they are doing.

Adapting in Aftercare

COVID-19’s impact on our projects is different in each country. Destiny Rescue teams are adapting in innovative and meaningful ways to continue to carry out our mission on the ground.

24 Girls Graduate Salon-Training Programs

These brave girls have overcome obstacles that would seem insurmountable to some. If you read closely you will see enormous victory in each of these quotes.

Achariya: Seamstress & Mother

The eldest of her nine siblings, she was responsible for supporting the family. “I never got enough sleep. I would go fishing with my father early in the morning and I would always get to sleep late. We lived day by day.”

Leakena: Salon Owner

Recently Leakena first opened the doors to her salon and in doing so, she entered into the next chapter of her story. Just two years earlier, Leakena probably wouldn’t have imagined herself to be where she is today.

Best Friends Give Back to Their Community

“We planned an activity at the nursing home so the girls could have the opportunity to participate with the community, establish relationships and increase their personal development” – Caseworker

Our Approach: Aftercare

As we have come alongside each child we have recognised that healing and restoration can take place in many different ways and as a result, our programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of each child in their local context.

National Staff: The Changemakers

The problem of human trafficking is a global phenomenon, and we truly believe that only a collective, national and international response will succeed in creating a long-term impact.

Rescue Is Just The Beginning

Our vision has always been to see the end of sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in our lifetime. So how exactly do we achieve that?

Prevention Is Best: Educating Rural Villages

A large part of what we do involves removing the veil of lies from each child we rescue and help them to see that they are more, far more, than their bodies, that they have value beyond measure and they are worthy of love.

“Daughters of the King” Celebration

Destiny Rescue’s home in northern Thailand buzzed with excitement as girls in fancy dresses had their hair and makeup done.

Selling Crêpes, Learning Business Skills

Girls in one of our Cambodia rescue homes recently started selling crêpes as part of a business class. We’re so proud of their hard work!