What causes human trafficking? Human trafficking varies from country to country, but it usually preys on vulnerable situations. People in vulnerable and precarious situations are looking for a way out and in their desperation can fall prey to human traffickers. We see these in multiple different circumstances. The following four scenarios are examples of the […]
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Cambodia is a beautiful country. We have been blessed to be a part of it and to get to know the community within it, full of wonderful people. As a part of this ministry, we thought you would like to know a little more about the country itself. So, here are 10 important facts about Cambodia- to allow […]
1. Become Educated A great way to start is to read a book about human trafficking. Learning with a community is beneficial and there are strength in numbers. Establish a book club, talk with your Sunday school class or your small group about reading or watching a movie on human trafficking. 3 Books we would […]
My two weeks of travel in Cambodia came to an end a couple of weeks ago. It was great to be home and reunited with my family. But I do already miss being with the CGI staff & participants in Cambodia. It was a great trip and fruitful in many ways. I really […]
Since CGI first began in 2008, our byTavi project has been at the core of our ministry’s mission. It’s one tangible way we’re able to empower the poor, protect the vulnerable and share the Gospel with at-risk women in Cambodia. It is because of people like you who have supported byTavi through volunteer efforts and/or product purchase that over […]
What’s one word that you would use to describe the women in the Imprint Project? “I would use the word “growing” because I see them growing from a girl who is young, immature, and know nothing about the sewing skill and now they are mature and care about their future and family.” –Seiha, CGI Co-Director […]
Greetings from Battambang, Cambodia! I’m about halfway through my two weeks here in Cambodia and it has been a great trip thus far. Today was especially incredible as I was able to see and take part in the Culinary Training Center (CTC) graduation ceremony. Eight girls graduated and many of their family and relatives were […]
Warehouse Angel. If I had a nickname for all of our advocates, Sara’s would be that. Sara has been serving CGI since the Fall of 2012. She came with a friend, and they would spend hours together in the warehouse organizing and re-organizing to support the CGI staff and the women in Cambodia. We cannot […]
Volunteer doesn’t accurately describe those that choose to serve CGI without expecting anything in return. Advocate may be a better word when you think about how their hours spent truly impact the ladies in Cambodia who are trying to make a better life for themselves. Today we want to thank one of those advocates, Tonja […]
Stephanie Maass is a friend of CGI and has traveled to Cambodia on more than one occasion to volunteer and encourage our Cambodian staff and program participants. She recently accompanied our Designer, Nicole, on a trip to Cambodia and these are the words she wrote when she returned. We are so encouraged by Stephanie’s beautiful […]
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