Two friends at the Hub in Bangkok, a drop in centre serving street children and teenagers in the Pomprab district.
Student leaving the EASEL School, an informal school in rural Poipet, a border city between Thailand and Cambodia.
Workers in Cambodia make a living by sorting through refuse often make less than USD$2 for a day's work. They also live with their families right on the dump site.
Street children sleeping in front of a shop in the early morning. They are one of the population looked after by a social worker from EASEL, a NGO in Poipet Cambodia.
Youths from Poipet Cambodia attending EASEL's informal school as most cannot afford the fees to go to regular school.
Students from EASEL leaving school after class. Liberty Asia is privileged to partner with our frontline organizations through technology, data, legal expertise, resources, and telecommunication infrastructure, in their work of preventing and assisting populations vulnerable to exploitation.