Fighting “Human Trafficking” is the current ‘hot button’ for funding NGO(Non-Profit) growth, quite frankly the legend is not the reality. The truth is that most so called “Trafficked” young women in Cambodia are simply, uneducated, country girls or single moms who have to make a living, and care for their extended family. The option of working in a Garment factory for 10-12 hours per day, six days per week, and never seeing their family isn’t very desirable. It’s much easier to work the “Sex trades” making more money, going to work at 8:00pm, coming home at 3:00am, grab some sleep, and spend time with your kids. Few of the young women like their work, few of them are forcefully retained. What they need is income replacement with a new value system. That’s one of the reasons we promote things like mushroom production, with evangelism. They can learn the technology, take it home, and make the money and spread the gospel in one fell swoop.