Founder's BlogBlue Dragon's founder, Michael Brosowski, shares the lessons he has learned from the children and young people he meets from day to day.
Son is a victim of COVID-19. Not that he was infected – neither he nor his family have contracted the virus. Rather, he has ended up on the streets of Hanoi because of the hardships created by lockdown.
May was 12 years old when she vanished from her family home. Eleven years later, she found a way to call for help.
Human trafficking has not slowed down, despite restrictions on movement caused by the pandemic. Instead, it’s morphing… but into what?
Rescues of people trapped in slavery sound exciting and dramatic. But the ultimate goal is a world free of trafficking, where there’s no need for heroism and daring.
Bui sleeps under a bridge in Hanoi amidst piles of scrap. But he is not to be pitied; his life is filled with hope and courage.
Le worked hard to escape poverty and build a future as a tour guide. When coronavirus wiped out her whole industry, she refused to give up hope.
The story of Ha, who was sold into slavery and was living in terror when her city went into lockdown… and her nightmare became even worse.
As a 7-year-old boy, Tan’s life was so terrifying that he did the only thing he could to escape it: he walked into the jungle, and never turned back.
Rescued after 5 years in slavery, Anh was ready to start life over.
Taken far from home and sold onto a fishing boat, two young H’mong men realised they were in danger of their lives.
A young woman is finally home with her infant son after being trafficked and tortured.
Keeping children safe from harm is a complex and messy business… but with lasting rewards.