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Impact in the Amazon

In Peru, we work with an association of indigenous communities to decrease the risk of human trafficking in the Amazon. While the environment is abundant with natural resources, these communities are isolated from the market, and larger corporations are exploiting not only the region’s resources but the labor of its people. Not For Sale is […]

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Sustainability in Thailand

Our Thailand program is our longest standing international project. The partnership was conceived of back when co-founder Dave Batstone met Kru Nam when visiting Thailand while doing research for his book (also called Not For Sale). The project has grown significantly from its inception, and has now incorporated many aspects of sustainability into its functioning.  […]
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Solar Panels Bring Brighter Futures

At Not For Sale, we believe all children should be free to dream, play, discover, and learn. It’s inherent, and it’s vital. That’s why we’re dedicated to creating ways to make this happen around the world, and we’re excited to report big strides at Not For Sale Thailand. Last month, the Not For Sale Children’s […]
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Farming for Freedom in Romania

Our project in Romania has been growing, and that growth means we are able to successfully transform more lives. Our Calacea farm project is 17 miles outside of our center in the city of Timisoara. At the farm, survivors of human trafficking learn to farm sustainably as job skill development, and as an important step towards personal healing.

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Sustainable Energy For A Sustainable Future

Not For Sale Thailand’s Children’s Home has provided short and long term care hundreds of stateless children in Northern Thailand since 2007. Stateless people, not recognized by the Thai or Burmese government, are ineligible for social services and not afforded the opportunity to work legally. Many stateless families are thus forced to find illicit means of income. Parents of children are often exploited through drug trafficking and forced begging. More frequently than not, the children follow suit, further exacerbating the cycle of exploitation stateless people have suffered for centuries.


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