YCIS against Trafficking

YCIS against Trafficking


HKD 16,888.00

raised by 2 people

We are a team of 8, Y12 students from Yew Chung Internation School- Secondary hoping to help stop Trafficking by running to raise donations for this cause.

We are aiming to raise HKD25,000.


Our team members:

Jason Law

Nicholas Hui

Jerry Wong

Jerome Fung

Angela Chang

Sharon Chiu

Summer Li

Emily Lee


Charities we will raise donations for:

The Exodus Road:

The Exodus Road is a charity that operates in the US, Southeast Asia, and India and has done so since 2012. TER’s main focus is on intervention in the form of rescue missions. This means freeing trafficked individuals through legal means with the help of the local police force and government. The reason for this is that they know their raids have more of an impact when they are supported by the law. They also aim to prosecute traffickers which acts as a deterrent to other traffickers - this leads to a knock on effect on the trafficking industry as an increased chance of conviction increases the danger of trafficking.

We will be supporting TER’s Search and Rescue program. This program focuses on identifying, intervening, and rescuing victims of human trafficking. This is done in a systematic manner. Firstly they will identify victims, then they collect sufficient evidence of trafficking, they the rescue raid is carried out, and finally the rescued victims are relocated to aftercare shelters.


Right4Children:

Right4Children is a charity that has operated in Nepal since 2013. R4C focuses on the prevention and long term change aspect of battling human trafficking. They do this through various projects ranging from hotel training programs to earthquake rebuilding. They focus on helping young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, which includes former trafficking victims. R4C acknowledges the ease in which rescued trafficking victims tends to go back to traffickers as they face many hardships during their reintegration into society - they have most likely missed many crucial years of education making it hard for them to find jobs, and they also have to face social stigma. The project we will be supporting is called the FAB Hospitality School and Community Development Project. This involves the construction and maintenance of a vocational training school that provides hospitality training (e.g. hotel management). These valuable skills allow people to find suitable jobs so that they can provide for their families and hopefully improve their quality of life. Through R4C’s connections with Movenpick hotels, the program will also aim to provide placements for graduates in hotels/hospitality industry.

The project we will be supporting is called the FAB Hospitality School and Community Development Project. This involves the construction and maintenance of a vocational training school that provides hospitality training (e.g. hotel management). These valuable skills allow people to find suitable jobs so that they can provide for their families and hopefully improve their quality of life. Through R4C’s connections with Movenpick hotels, the program will also aim to provide placements for graduates in hotels/hospitality industry.

More updates coming soon!