Since 1999, Reaching Out Romania has worked with victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. During this time we have assisted over 470 victims, mostly Romanian women and girls who have been enslaved and abused in European countries. Victims are referred to us by the police, Child Protection Department and NGO’s from destination countries. However, when necessary, we organize the direct rescue of victims. Whilst they are in our care, we offer them a place of shelter as well as psychological, medical and legal assistance and make them part of our family. We shape our activities around the needs of this extended family and we provide everybody with long term assistance. We help many to initiate or continue their studies, to seek jobs or do whatever it takes for them to rebuild their lives.

2014 Swiss Cooperation Funded Project – This year we are pleased to announce that we are co-funded by the Swiss government.



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New website!

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Welcome to the new Reaching Out Romania website! We felt the previous site needed…

Latest Newsletter

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July newsletter РComing soon


Agricultural Project (Dolj County)

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A farming and social enterprise project in order to boost the local economy and provide vital work-place training for the local people.

Shelter (Cluj County)

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Housing up to 6 victims of trafficking.


2012 – “Ator Pal Mont” By Asociazione Culturale Udine Italy

2011 – “125 Women For Change” Avon Bucharest

2011 – “10 exceptional women” by click magazine Bucharest

2010 – “European of the year” by Readers Digest. ( First Romanian to receive this award)

2008 – “Woman of the year” Avantaje magazine Bucharest

2007 – ‘Hero of the year’ U.S. State Department, Washington

2005 – ‘Abolitionist award’, House of Lords London