Posted by: BPSOS | June 10, 2009

Key Briefs & Reports: CAMSA Welcomes Volunteer Jennifer Pham to Penang!

Jennifer Pham, Vietnam, Vietnamese, BPSOS, Boat People SOS, CAMSA, human trafficking, Ủy Ban Cứu Người Vượt Biển, UBCNVB, nạn buôn ngườiJune 10, 2009: The Penang office of the Coalition to Abolish Modern-day Slavery (CAMSA) is proud to welcome a new volunteer, Jennifer Pham!

Pham, who arrived this week ready to work and free of influenza, will be meeting with past CAMSA clients and other Vietnamese workers and helping to lay the groundwork for a planned documentary.

“I’m excited to be working with Vietnamese workers in Penang,” said Pham, who credits her commitment to stopping human trafficking in part to an event she helped put on two years ago for the anti-sex-trafficking organization Stop the Traffick.

The Penang CAMSA team is thrilled to have a new colleague and looks forward to her help with the fight to stop the trafficking of Vietnamese workers to Malaysia.

Pham will be providing this blog with some boots-on-the-ground coverage of her experiences on the anti-trafficking front lines – so check here for her updates!

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  1. […] & Reports: Pham Finds Poverty Drives Vietnamese Guest Workers Abroad June 17, 2009: Jennifer Pham, who’s generously volunteering her time with the Penang office of the Coalition to Abolish […]


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