One of the great tragedies in the world is the trafficking of children for the purpose of sexual exploitation. At the center of this problem is the country of Cambodia. Randy has traveled there three times documenting the systemic issues contributing to this tragedy as well as working with Agape International Missions, which is devoted to the rescue and rehabilitation of children trapped in sexual slavery in Cambodia. For more information, please visit http://agapewebsite.org
Portrait of a group of girls sitting on a bed with posters behind them in a rural farming village in Cambodia.
A boxer who also works at an orphanage with one of the girls in the orphanage in Cambodia. There is a strong suspicion that the girl is being trafficked.
Two sisters actively being trafficked in Cambodia.
Portrait of a grandmother and her granddaughter in Svay Pak, Cambodia.
Portrait of a mother and her daughter in Svay Pak, Cambodia.
Portrait of two sisters in a farming community near Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Portrait of a father who has AIDS and his dauhgter. This man's wife has already died of AIDS and his son is currently dying of AIDS. Because of his struggles and the help of the local church, he had recently converted to Christianity.
Portrait of a family in Svay Pak, Cambodia.
Portrait of a young girl working at the dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Men, women and children searching for recyclables in the freshly delivered trash to the dump in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
An older sister watches over her younger brother while the remaining family members search for recyclables amongst the trash of the Phnom Penh, Cambodia dump.