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  • Reporting Portal Launch

    Today is a day to celebrate as we announce the launch of an online reporting portal, where Haitian citizens can report online child abuse and exploitation. Rapha International, in partnership with the…

  • Spring Update 2020

    Read Rapha International's 2020 Spring Update and hear from our country directors in Thailand and Cambodia, and read a story of a Thailand survivor.

  • A Word From Our CPO, David Peters

    Rapha International is a monument to the reality of hope. We see the worst that the world and humanity has to offer—the savage exploitation of some of the most vulnerable children in the world. But…

  • COVID-19 Cambodia Update

    During this time, Cambodia is being affected in many ways by COVID-19. According to our government, we can’t have gatherings larger than ten people. It has been really hard for Kids Club to think…

  • Human Trafficking

    Human Trafficking is a crime in which one human controls and exploits another through the use of force, deceit, or coercion. Victims are often forced into labor or sex acts in order to repay an…

  • Be Bold this Easter

    Rachel said that as she listened to the professor, she wrestled with whether to say anything. She was a new student and was so hopeful to be liked by the other students and by her teachers. However,…

  • Because of Hope

    Many of you are asking how this crisis is affecting the children we serve internationally. We want you to know that we are actively taking precautions and implementing extensive protocols to protect…

  • I Fight Slavery: Fon’s Story

    When she was eight years old, Fon’s parents separated. She and her four-year-old brother went to live with her mother and stepfather in a one-room house. Although her stepfather worked seven days a…

  • I Fight Slavery: Lin’s Story

    Survivors are forced to provide for themselves at an incredibly young age. At our Thailand Aftercare Campus, a girl named Lin lost her mother as a child. Her childhood memories included her father…

  • “My name is Amanda, and this is My Rapha Story.”

    She was quiet but kept a smile on her face. She held tightly onto my hand during one of the group prayers. I remember thinking about the trauma she may have experienced, and in that moment I…

  • Awareness to Action

    At some point, awareness must move to action, knowledge to engagement, and education to change. Rapha International says that point is now. What do you say?

  • “My name is Brittnay, and this is My Rapha Story.”

    In November of 2018, I attended the International Conference on Missions. Almost every speaker over the course of three days touched on the idea that “your calling is where the world’s pain and…

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