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Cambodia's Orphan Business, reveals how 'voluntourism' - the fastest-growing sector of one of the fastest-growing care industries in the world - is fuelling a high-profit volunteering business that sees volunteers' dreams exploited and Cambodian children separated from their families.
The team's journey starts with a visit to The People's Improvement Organisation.
Most come with the very best of intentions - to work in schools and orphanages, filling a gap left by a lack of development funding.“They were ashamed by that, and they want to put a stop to it, and they have largely done so.” Cambodia remains on a list of countries not doing enough to stop human trafficking, according to the US State Department.If that continues, Cambodia could risk losing funding, Burkhalter said.The IJM report found the prevalence of underage girls declined from around 8 percent to just over 2 percent from 2012 to 2015.
Holly Burkhalter, IJM’s vice president of government and advocacy, told VOA Khmer that Cambodia is “no longer the world’s No.
Donald Brewster, founder of the Agape International Mission, which combats sex trafficking, wrote in the Washington Post last month, that it was too earlier to declare, “mission accomplished.” “The big business of selling prepubescent girls to foreign pedophiles for thousands of dollars still exists, though it looks very different than it did a decade ago,” he wrote.