The fight for women's rights begins with the battles within. Rebuilding self-confidence and reclaiming ownership of their own bodies, the women M2E will serve in Cambodia -- many of whom are rescued from the sex trade -- will take giants steps forward on their personal recovery efforts with M2E empowerment programs.
M2E President and Founder Toni Michelle Rubio, alongside M2E veteran volunteer John Layseca and M2E Cambodia Chapter Leader Shanice Stanislaus have led empowerment programs of dance, movement and health literacy in Cambodia in 2017 and 2018.
More than 100 participants are registered to take part in a week-long program to lighten and enlighten minds while building stronger bodies and spirits. The M2E team will also explore economic opportunities of bringing fitness as a job skill to these participants.