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Chab Dai International

aka Chab Dai USA

Folsom, CA


Chab Dai addresses human trafficking and exploitation in the United States, Cambodia, and across the globe through coalition building, advocacy and research.

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Principal Officer

Ms. Helen Sworn

Main Address

PO Box 6116

Folsom, CA 95763 USA


human trafficking, exploitation, sex trafficking, coalition, Cambodia, abuse





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (W01)

Victims' Services (P62)

Sexual Abuse, Prevention of (I73)

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Global Learning Community - Latin America

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Our vision is to see individuals, organizations and agencies work together toward addressing human trafficking and exploitation, built upon the Biblical framework of working together as the body of Christ, in addition to frameworks for basic human rights. Our vision has moved beyond our work in Cambodia as we now work with coalitions and partners in over 20 countries.

We are committed to addressing issues of abuse, exploitation and trafficking by working together and providing opportunities for learning.

We believe partnership in coalition creates more collaboration for advocacy, and enables organizations to support one another more effectively.

Working together enables us to keep our individual identities while also acknowledging the broader issues we face as a whole.

We exist so that families and communities at risk, and those who have been sexually abused, exploited or trafficked, can be all that God created them to be.

Due to our collaborative ethos and foundation as a coalition, Chab Dai can map emerging good practices and patterns of trafficking and exploitation at macro-, meso-, and grassroots levels more so than organizations who work on their own.

Chab Dai is fully committed to monitoring and evaluating our programs. Each year or grant-cycle, our teams reflect on the previous year's strategic plan, discuss what has worked/hasn't worked, and brainstorm ways to improve our services. We track objectives in terms of measurable outcomes. We also stay in consistent contact with our beneficiaries and ask for consistent feedback, and seek external evaluation when appropriate.

Since our founding in 2005, Chab Dai has grown from a small coalition to a sustainable organization with 8 direct programs in Cambodia and over 100 partnerships with in-country and international partners across the globe. In addition to establishing a strong coalition among anti-trafficking organizations in Cambodia, recognized for establishing promising practices in the counter-trafficking sector, Chab Dai works with international partners on establishing their own coalitions, and serves communities through direct prevention and case intervention efforts.

Chab Dai continues to dream big, while improving and expanding our existing programs. As the counter-trafficking sector undergoes shifts and changes, Chab Dai continues our commitment to raising the capacity of advocates, social service providers and other stakeholders.

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Chab Dai International

Fiscal year: Jan 01 - Dec 31

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