Cambodian Officials and NGOs Gather in Momentous Two-Day Workshop

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA — Police, government social workers, and NGO staff dedicated their time to a two-day workshop hosted by IJM Cambodia earlier this month. This committed group of over 130 people spent the two days learning how to work together more efficiently, independently and effectively in their response to domestic sex trafficking crimes.

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In Cambodia, IJM Brings Police and Pastors Together to Fight Sex Trafficking

SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA – For the first time, pastors and police joined together in one of Cambodia’s Northern provinces to discuss human trafficking. During the April training, IJM staff led nearly fifty church leaders through a study on the Bible’s call to seek justice for the oppressed, and then the chief officer from the Siem Reap Anti Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection police unit shared about human trafficking and how church leaders can help their communities report the crime.