AFESIP Laos provides holistic care and recovery for victims of trafficking, as well as vocational training to support their sustainable community reintegration.
Started by SMF supporter and pro bono designer Chhun Tang, East Fork Supply Company is a boutique retailer of quality apparel, accessories and other goods.
Splash is a water relief organization devoted to bringing clean and safe drinking water to children across the globe. In 2009, Splash partnered with AFESIP and the Somaly Mam Foundation to install clean water filters in each of Somaly's three centers for recovery and skills training in Cambodia.
SMF has partnered with the Office of the Mayor of New York to produce a multimedia anti-trafficking public awareness campaign, including strategic educational ads, a PSA on Taxi TV, and partnerships with local service providers. At CGI 2012, Safe Horizon, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation and the Mayor’s Office Survivors of Human Exploitation Working Group launched an anti-trafficking training tool for medical and mental health professionals.
The Half the Sky Movement is cutting across platforms to ignite the change needed to put an end to the oppression of women and girls worldwide, the defining issue of our time. Inspired by journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book of the same name, Half the Sky brings together video, websites, games, blogs, and other educational tools to not only raise awareness of women's issues, but to also provide concrete steps to fight these problems and empower women.
The Somaly Mam Foundation Empowerment Store recently partnered with Made By Survivors, a nonprofit that fights human trafficking, sex trafficking, and slavery with fair trade business models and economic empowerment.
My Sister's Place strives to engage each member of society to end domestic violence so that all relationships can embrace the principles of respect, equality, and peacefulness. Since 1978, they have advanced this mission throughout the Westchester County region of New York State with advocacy, community education, and services to those harmed by domestic violence.
Alliance Anti Trafic was created to combat sexual abuse, exploitation, and trafficking of women and girls in Southeast Asia.
AFESIP was founded in 1996 by Somaly Mam, and is the Somaly Mam Foundation’s largest beneficiary. Translated from French, its name stands for “Acting for Women in Distressing Situations.” AFESIP provides rescue, outreach, recovery, and reintegration services to victims and survivors of sex trafficking in Southeast Asia.