At Aloetree, we believe all kids deserve a joyful childhood. We make organic, fair and joyful kids products to empower kids and families to give back.
For every item purchased, Aloetree will donate funds to a non-profit fighting child trafficking.
What is trafficking?
Human trafficking is the transport, harboring, and receipt of persons through coercion for the purpose of exploitation. Trafficking victims are found in many industries worldwide, working in factories, farms, and brothels. Human trafficking itself has become an industry worth billions of dollars.
The number of people estimated to be victims of trafficking varies greatly, from anywhere between 4 million to 27 million. Because it is an illicit industry, data is difficult to gather. It is clear, however, that millions of people worldwide are being exploited everyday.
Trafficking in Cambodia in particular is a widespread problem. Not only is Cambodia a destination for trafficking, but also a source and transit country, resulting in strong trafficking networks. There are many causes of trafficking in Cambodia which all are interwoven to paint a complex picture of trafficking. The main causes are poverty, lack of education, and large socio-economic gaps among different groups in Cambodia. At-risk groups in Cambodia include ethnic minorities, women, and children. These groups are more vulnerable to being trafficked.
See our resources page for more information on trafficking.
What we do
The 4 P's of Trafficking
The 4 P's of trafficking framework was developed to help organizations combat trafficking.
Prevention: address the causes of trafficking and find ways to stop trafficking before it happens
Protection: protect victims through the 3 R's - rescue, rehabilitation, and reintegration
Prosecution: hold traffickers responsible for trafficking and ensure justice is achieved for victims
Partnerships: ensure all the different groups fighting trafficking are working together
Chab Dai educating communities about trafficking prevention