CAMSA’s strategy has 3 components:
(1)We not only rescue thousands of victims but also gather information from them about the working of the trafficking rings so as to inform and empower the vulnerable peoples in source countries in order to protect themselves from becoming victims;
(2)We simultaneously build capacity for NGOs in both destination and source countries to help victims and vulnerable individuals who cannot not help themselves and need intervention and assistance; and
(3)With mounting evidence to make the case, we work with an increasingly assertive civil society to advocate for changes to the legal framework and monitor law enforcement, which in turn facilitates the rescue of victims in destination countries, the protection of vulnerable people in source countries, and the increased roles and contributions of civil society in fighting human trafficking.
The average cost of running an office for one year is US$50,000. This budget will cover the expenses of one full-time staff, a team of volunteers, facility rental, and operating expenses. Each individual office has the capacity to help thousands of victims of exploitation or trafficking. Using this comprehensive approach, in two years we have expanded our operation into a network of four office locations in Southeast Asia and Taiwain, helping thousands of victims and creating positive changes to government policies in the region.
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