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Chab Dai is Cambodia-based charity established over 10 years ago has been working to prevent human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Southeast Asia through a multitude of projects. Primarily, Chab Dai focuses on running prevention programmes and has successfully affected over 80,000 vulnerable members of small communities. the 24 Hour Race will be supporting them through their 2016 Coalition Project, a platform by which Chab Dai attempts to form communication and connections between all key stakeholders of the human trafficking issue in Cambodia, ensuring a network of communication is established and communication efficiency is increased. Not only that, but they will also be focusing on raising the level and professionalism with which NGO work is done in Cambodia, instilling a high standard of work amongst Cambodian NGOs
24 Hour Race is helping to fund a ground-breaking three-part research project that will - for the first time ever - establish the scale of human trafficking, forced labour and other forms of exploitation in this city among three vulnerable migrant groups: foreign domestic workers, sex workers and people seeking asylum. The report will provide much-needed concrete evidence that NGOs can use to understand the prevalence and patterns of the problems, and urge the government to take constructive steps to address these concerns and protect victims' human rights. Justice Centre is advocating for the Hong Kong Government to create laws and policies to combat human trafficking and forced labour in this city. This project will be completed by March 2017 and is funded by several donors, including the 24 Hour Race, the Macquarie Group Foundation and an anonymous foundation.