A Nhu Approach

Apr 4, 2017 | Human Trafficking

“If you had the opportunity to identify a child who is at risk of being sold, prevent that from happening, and protect the child from ever entering the sex trade—would you do it?”

Nhu was a young girl living with her grandmother in a decrepit shack in Cambodia. Nhu got saved when she was 10, but following that decision, her life dramatically changed. Her grandmother, partially due to Nhu’s decision to follow Christ, ended up selling Nhu to a man for three nights when she was 12 years old. A missionary named Carl Ralston heard of Nhu’s story,  and went to Cambodia six times in search of her. Carl rescued Nhu when she was 17 and adopted her shortly after.

Remember Nhu is a non-profit committed to ending child sex slavery through prevention. They identify children who are at risk of being sold and provide them with a home. By creating a supportive environment for each of these children, Remember Nhu is ensuring a childhood of freedom and dramatically lowering their risk of entering the sex trade later in life.

In many countries across the globe  it has become culturally acceptable for families to sell their children to provide for the needs of the family. This industry causes 1.2 million children to be sold globally each year.

You can stop it.

Sponsor a child   /    
Be a local volunteer (long-term)  /    
Be a local volunteer (short-term)  /    
Remember Nhu is hiring!