Rahab Ministries Thailand (also simply called Rahab Ministries or Rahab) is a Christian non-governmental organization that provides outreach for sexually trafficked women and children in Thailand. Members of the organization visit these women in the bars of Bangkok, Thailand, offering them counselling and engaging them in friendship evangelism. The organization also offers life skills-based education to these women, teaching them cosmetology, handicrafting, hairdressing, and jewelry design. Rahab Ministries is a faith-based organization and assists women in prostitution in Thailand, such as to help them exit the sex industry. The organization is named after Rahab, a woman who successfully left prostitution and got married. The specific geographical focus of Rahab Ministries is Patpong, a r

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  • Rahab Ministries Thailand (also simply called Rahab Ministries or Rahab) is a Christian non-governmental organization that provides outreach for sexually trafficked women and children in Thailand. Members of the organization visit these women in the bars of Bangkok, Thailand, offering them counselling and engaging them in friendship evangelism. The organization also offers life skills-based education to these women, teaching them cosmetology, handicrafting, hairdressing, and jewelry design. Rahab Ministries is a faith-based organization and assists women in prostitution in Thailand, such as to help them exit the sex industry. The organization is named after Rahab, a woman who successfully left prostitution and got married. The specific geographical focus of Rahab Ministries is Patpong, a red-light district. The organization was founded by Patricia Green in 1988. Green was the director of the organization until 2004, at which point local Thai people took over the leadership of the organization. Green left Rahab Ministries to work with Thai human trafficking victims in Germany. In 2010, International Christian Mission Thailand partnered with Rahab Ministries in teaching life skills-based education. Patricia Green died on March 19, 2015 in Hamilton, New Zealand, aged 77. A moving memorial service was held in Berlin at the end of May 2015 (en)
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  • Rahab Ministries Thailand (also simply called Rahab Ministries or Rahab) is a Christian non-governmental organization that provides outreach for sexually trafficked women and children in Thailand. Members of the organization visit these women in the bars of Bangkok, Thailand, offering them counselling and engaging them in friendship evangelism. The organization also offers life skills-based education to these women, teaching them cosmetology, handicrafting, hairdressing, and jewelry design. Rahab Ministries is a faith-based organization and assists women in prostitution in Thailand, such as to help them exit the sex industry. The organization is named after Rahab, a woman who successfully left prostitution and got married. The specific geographical focus of Rahab Ministries is Patpong, a r (en)
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