AusCam Freedom Project
AusCam Freedom Project was founded on the 18th
January, 2012 and is an Australian registered charity (44 501 205 715) and
International Non Profit tackling poverty, inequality and disrupting the supply
chain of sex trafficking and labour exploitation by investing in a holistic
Girls Education Program. We have a memorandum of understanding with the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and partnerships with
the Ministry of Social Affairs and District level Department of Education.
We are committed to the poor, oppressed and
vulnerable because we are Christian. Our Christian identity is our foundation
for who we are and how we go about our work.
AusCam Freedom Project envisages a society:
v Where young women have opportunity, choices and freedom to fulfill their dreams and aspirations.
v Where young women feel empowered, valued and supported.
AusCam Freedom Project is dedicated to enhancing the life opportunities of young Cambodian women who have experienced trauma in their lives through; violence, poverty, abandonment, homelessness, sexual exploitation or human trafficking. We are committed to cultivating the next generation of strong, resilient and independent women.
§ Participation – through accessibility, inclusiveness, equity
§ Relationships – that are respectful, non-judgmental, authentic, belonging, generosity
§ Excellence – continuous improvement, good governance, integrity, sustainability
§ Justice – ensuring equitable gains for adolescent girls in health, educational and legal systems and recognizing that disparity exists among girls, therefore we serve those girls with the highest needs and who have limited access to opportunity.
§ Innovation – We employ creative and critical thought to develop new solutions and approaches to achieve our mission.