Pacific Links Foundation
Rating: 4.83 stars 24 24 reviews
Sobrato Center for Nonprofits 534 Valley Way Milpitas CA 95035 USA
Support the sustainable development of Vietnamese communities and the enrichment of their cultural heritage through: (1) Empower women as social change agents in their community and (2) Promote transfer of knowledge for development
Young women and girls in Vietnam
(1)an giang/dong thap alliance for the prevention of trafficking (adapt pacific links foundation (pals) leads counter-trafficking efforts at the frontiers of vietnam by investing comprehensively in at-risk youth to prevent trafficking before it starts, and in survivors to help them reclaim their lives. In vietnam, we work in the provinces bordering cambodia, china and laos. Our multi-pronged, grassroots anti-trafficking initiatives include (1) prevention services for populations living in trafficking hotspots to empower through education and knowledge; (2) protection services for trafficking survivors to empower through self-confidence and independence; and (3) partnerships for long-term solutions through collaborations to prevent trafficking in school-based, factory-based, and community-based settings. We raise awareness about trafficking prevention in the supply chain to increase good practice in labor recruiting and retention.
early childhood care and education (ecce): pals delivers curricula and activities to strengthen community knowledge in early childhood development to build up family bonds and resilience in the san francisco bay area, in collaboration with international children assistance network and in over 10 provinces in vietnam since 2001. Ecce has provided over 205 training sessions to 5,311 attendees and 52 parenting workshops and forums to over 1,250 attendees.
humanitarian and community outreach pals connects donors to worthy individual humanitarian cases such as heart surgeries, house building, assistance to dire family situations, donor-designated and fiscally-sponsored projects. The structure of donor- situations, donor-designated and fiscally-sponsored projects. The structure of donor- designated programs allow for flexibility and commitment from donors and their networks in creating new initiatives. Fiscal sponsorship of group sand newly-formed o
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Human trafficking should no longer exist in the twenty first century. Yet, it is prevelant in more places and in almost every society. Please spread awareness and do at much as you can to support Pacific Links Foundation and other like organizations.
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