For the second year running, PROJECT FUTURES will be hosting an exclusive immersion tour of Cambodia with long-time corporate partner, Konica Minolta.

There are an estimated 256,800* people affected by modern slavery in Cambodia and as a proportion of the population, ranks third in the world. Cambodia is a source and destination country for exploitation of men, women and children in all forms of modern slavery, including sex trafficking, debt bondage and forced marriage.

This trip will provide a rare opportunity to learn from and interact with victims, survivors and those at-risk of exploitation through our Impact Partner, AFESIP Cambodia.

 AFESIP Cambodia visit 2017 with Konica Minolta

AFESIP Cambodia visit 2017 with Konica Minolta

Founded and run by survivor and human rights activist, Somaly Mam, you will gain a unique insight into the challenges faced by girls and women of all ages through a series of carefully planned experiences that will take you through the streets and into the homes and businesses of survivors.

By registering for the tour, you are committing to raising funds that will help contribute to our mission of combating human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Cambodia. 

Partners, friends and children are welcome to participate also with the same specifications applying. Note, we suggest this trip is suitable for ages 12-years plus or discuss directly with the PROJECT FUTURES team if you have concerns.

In 2017, a team of 13 people raised over $30,000 and experienced the raw beauty of this amazing country; learning first hand of the struggles faced by thousands of women and children affected by human trafficking, abuse and sexual exploitation. 

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Date Range:  Saturday 13 Oct - 20 Oct 2018

Cost: $1,440 + Flights

Fundraising Target:  $2,000 per person (100% tax deductible)

*Prices are based on a minimum group size of at least 6 people, and twin share. Single supplement $207.

*Payment plans are available upon request. Please contact Clare at clare@projectfutures.com to discuss and personalise.


DAY 1: Depart Australia for Phnom Penh 

DAY 2: Visit Killing Fields & S-21 Prison | intimate dinner with Somaly Mam and Scholarship holders

DAY 3: Supply drop in Red Light District and Dinner with survivors at AFESIP Cambodia

DAY 4: Depart Phnom Penh for Siem Reap

DAY 5: Full-day cycle tour of Angkor Wat and dinner at social enterprise restaurant, Spoons

DAY 6: Meeting with survivors running businesses in Siem Reap

DAY 7: Free day to explore Siem Reap (Choose your own adventure)

DAY 8: Depart Siem Reap for Australia

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I fell in love with the people and the country, it broke my heart then filled it back up with love and inspiration ❤️   - ANDREW DUTCH

All people I met during this trip touch my soul. It is hard to explain with words but this quote is my reflection of this experience.  ("One moment can change a day, one day can change a life and one life can change the world", Buddha) - YURI MATSUI  

An opportunity to really understand the plight of these girls who have been through so much. I feel like I am now better informed to become an advocate and raise awareness of these hideous crimes going on in Cambodia and South East Asia - SUE THRELFO

If you would like to find out how your workplace can organise an immersion tour, please contact clare@projectfutures.com