In 2005, The Art2Healing Project and AFESIP Cambodia worked alongside each other to develop an art therapy program as part of the residents' psychosocial support. Part of the program included developing and facilitating art therapy workshops with trafficked women in the center.
AFESIP (Agir Pour Les Femmes En Situation Precaire) Laos is a local non-government organization that combats the causes and consequences of trafficking and sexual exploitation of women and girls. In addition to providing holistic care and recovery for those rescued, AFESIP offers vocational training to support sustainable community reintegration.
Noh Poe's Art Therapy program was part of a collaboration between The Art2Healing Project and COERR's Protect project in 2006, which focused in providing additional psychological and emotional support to the children and youth at risk in Noh Poe Refugee camp as well as building the capacity of child protection along the 9 camps along the border.