CAMPAIGN AGAINST  CHILD SEX EXPLOITATION AND TRAFFICKING

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2018
OBV Volunteers Wanted!
OBV needs your helping hands at the Marian Days event in Carthage, MO from Friday 08/03/2018 to Saturday 08/04/2018.
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Thomas T. Nguyen, Psy.D., LP (Chair of the Board of Directors) Dr. Thomas Nguyen is a licensed psychologist in the state of Minnesota. He is a graduate of the University of St. Thomas (MN) with a doctorate in counseling psychology. He currently serves as the clin...
Mr. Dao Minh The (Steve Dao) Mr. Dao rises to the ranking of business success as a self-learned from his teenagers years!  Right before his 20th birthday, he became the general business manager of a multi-million dollars bea...
Linh Do, JD Ms. Do is an immigration lawyer who resides and practices in Atlanta, GA. As a third year law student, Ms. Do completed a summer legal internship in Vietnam and had the opportunity to visit OBV's Viet...
Pearls Pearls Her legs were covered in warts caused by Sexually Transmitted Infections, but her future was looking bright since she had friends and companions with her. They were trained to create jewelry. String...
A positive outcome A positive outcome OBV Cambodia has just received letters of thanks and gratitude from two young Vietnamese ladies being home-schooled. They had been on scholarships from OBV for the past 3 years, and have never betra...
The Pulse of a Coach The Pulse of a Coach Professor Toan, along with the OBV team and special guests from the media stopped by Soc Trang province to give a seminar to schools in six districts. on the basics of puberty and sex education, as ...

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To combat child sex exploitation and trafficking especially in Southeast Asian countries, by rescuing at-risk and affected children, educating and empowering communities to be catalysts for change; and

To improve the lives of at-risk and affected children by providing shelter, medical and behavioral health care, educational assistance, and vocational training that will enable survivors to reintegrate into mainstream society as productive citizens.

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