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They also run a rehabilitation program from the Community Work Skills Center, built in , where the girls are taught how to weave on traditional hand looms. This allows the girls to learn skills that are culturally respected and provides them with an opportunity to escape the poverty cycle. Providing them with this safe environment and support network completely transforms their confidence and self-esteem. By creating a social enterprise, Takeo Trust has been able to open these girls up to the international market as micro producers and allowed themselves, their families and community to benefit immensely. Takeo Trust makes an amazing effort to focus on the girls in school as well, to make sure they are on the right path to perhaps go on to a university.

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Endemic poverty and porous borders make Southeast Asia a center for the trade in human lives. The United Nations says as many as , people, mostly women and children, are trafficked each year in the region, most forced into servitude and the sex trade. Nineteen-year-old Naet left her home in the southern Takeo province when one of her relatives found her a job in Phnom Penh as a house cleaner. She did not find out what else the job would entail until she arrived. But when I got there, the husband used a towel to put in my mouth and raped me. Naet said her uncle thought the job was legitimate. But rights groups say that in the majority of cases, relatives or friends trap unknowing young women in prostitution.

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Beyond skills and education, these girls and young women gain a new found self-confidence. Take a look at Chantha's story:. Chantha, 29 years old, is the first of 7 siblings. She had to drop out of school in sixth grade in to work in Phnom Penh to help support her family.
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