Safe & Sound Program - Ending slavery and trafficking – Blue Dragon Children's Foundation

Safe & Sound Program

Ending the trafficking of rural children.

Safe & Sound Program

Ending the trafficking of rural children.

Taking a stand against slavery

Blue Dragon’s  Safe and Sound programs work in 2 provinces of Vietnam: Hue and Dien Bien.

We rescue victims of trafficking, help them to return home, and support their whole communities to be resilient and prevent further exploitation.

Your ongoing contribution, of any amount, will fund the delivery of essential services and care for children who are homeless, in slavery, or experiencing trauma.

Our Impact

trafficked girls and boys directly rescued from slave labour

additional children and young adults assisted to return home

family, school, government and community members reached

What we do

We identify, locate and rescue children directly out of the sweatshops where they are being held in slavery.

We ensure trafficked children get home to their families and we offer long-term counselling and school support.

We work with families and local authorities to better understand and respond to trafficking and child labour.

We assist the Vietnamese police to penalise the traffickers and support victims through the process

Hai's story

After a frightening ordeal, Hai is finally safe from trafficking.

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