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After the Storm: Trafficking in Innocence

March 4, 2014 · 

Orphaned, destitute children in the Philippines face new danger from human traffickers By Shay Cullen, SSC Social worker Marlyn received a message that a 14-year-old girl named “Princess” had been trafficked and sold to a sex bar here in the Philippines. Marlyn alerted me and we began planning to rescue the child, just one of […]

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"Joy and Sorrow"

March 4, 2014 · 

by Anneluise Kämmerer  It is my 2nd stay as a volunteer here at PREDA and I am approaching the 100-day mark. While last year I was curious about the unknown that I was heading for with many questions on my mind, this time around it was the hopeful anticipation to see all of my friends again […]

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Preda's Freedom weekend

February 7, 2014 · 

The photos from the launch taken by PREDA Galway photographer Gerry O Gara and his website is peakepics.com

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THE SURVIVAL OF ORPHAN ERICA

January 28, 2014 · 

By Fr. Shay Cullen Tacloban,Leyte. I arrived here with the Preda team of social workers to prepare the way for a series of training seminars to combat the human trafficking and give group therapy to the many survivors in the squalid evacuation camps to cope better with the tragedy and great loss they have suffered […]

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US national arraigned on child abuse and trafficking charges.

January 23, 2014 · 

The arraignment of American national Arthur Benjamin (49) and Filipina Lucy Dela Vega Victoria (57) took place in Olongapo City Regional trial Court December 6 before assisting Judge Jose L. Baustia. Benjamin arrived in style in a new Toyota Hi-Ace air-conditioned van and dressed in civilian clothes without handcuffs and walked without guards into the […]

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PREDA launches anti-trafficking awareness building seminars and therapy for survivors.

January 22, 2014 · 

The human trafficking of persons in the Yolanda(Haiyan) hit areas is a growing concern as Philippine and world media attention has turned away to other events. Recruiters and traffickers are reported likely  to  be prowling the evacuation  areas and offering jobs to young  people that frequently lead to a life of sexual exploitation and abuse. […]

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THE CAPTURE OF THE CHILDREN AND THE NATION

January 5, 2014 · 

THE CAPTURE OF THE CHILDREN AND THE NATION By Fr. Shay Cullen The story of the rescue of Rosemary is heartening and encouraging. When we read about such stories of young children like that of Rosemary being helped and rescued from the clutches of depraved people who are arrested, we rejoice. But we may not […]

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European NGO defends its controversial child rights campaign

December 30, 2013 · 

Terre des Hommes’ novel approach to an emerging global phenomenon known as Webcam Child Sex Tourism, has sparked global attention. However, the NGO has come under scrutiny for its methods. By Julia Moss and Kate Richardson The campaign, which was released to the public on November 5th, involved a computer-generated 10-year-old Pilipino girl named ‘Sweetie’ […]

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SEARCHING FOR ABUSED CHILDREN AND YOLANDA ORPHANS Dec.29

December 29, 2013 · 

By Fr.Shay Cullen 29 December 2014 Immediately after the Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), the strongest typhoon ever to hit land on 8 November this year, I wrote an article titled “The Lost Orphans of Yolanda” on 12 November in the knowledge that the children without parents are the most vulnerable to abuse, abduction, malnutrition and human […]

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EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON YOLANDA

November 22, 2013 · 

BY FR. SHAY CULLEN I flew into Cebu City, an hours flight from Manila and drove with two Preda staff starting 3 am to visit the northern towns of Cebu Island on Tuesday, 19 November. The goal was to reach Daanbantayan, Bogo,and Bantayan Island  to assess the storm damage, visit their communities and understand the situation […]

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