Survivor's Career Sustain with Skill Support as Barber


Tola* is a survivor of labor exploitation and abuse that he faced when migrating for work in Malaysia. He migrated because of poverty in his family. After being lured by a broker. Tola and his family decided to migrate illegally. *Survivor’s name has been changed.

Tola said, “Even get alot or little income, the job condition in Cambodia is much better than in abroad.” Barber skill is one among many skills that make your life better in Cambodia. After he was rescued and brought back home, Tola was supported by CCPCR to receive skill training as a barber and is now able to have a career at home [in Cambodia].

CCPCR is a partner of USAID’s Countering Trafficking-in-Person’s project implemented by Winrock International. This video is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of CCPCR and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.