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History
2015
  • Domestic Violence Prevention Act and Child and Statute for Prevention of Sexual Transactions Involving Children and Adolescents (formally known as Youth Sexual Transaction Prevention Act) reformed
  • #15 in Global Geneva’s list of the world’s Top 500 NGOs
  • The first Taiwanese home-grown “vagina monologues” called “Shidi” goes on stage
2013
  • Taiwan makes October 11 the national Day of the Girl Child
2012
  • Asian Girl Campaign launched
  • Asian Network of Women’s Shelters platform launched in Taipei
2011
  • Contributing Organization to Human Trafficking Awareness Promotion Award, National Immigration Agency
2010
  • Contributing Organization to Typhoon Morakot Relief Award, Department of Health
2009
  • Major Contribution to Typhoon Morakot Emergency Relief During the Time of the Disaster Award, Ministry of the Interior
2007
  • CEO Chi Hui-jung wins Management Excellence Award at the 5th National Business Awards
2005
  • Organizer, Strategies for Combating Human Trafficking from Southeast Asia to Taiwan (International Conference)
  • Winner, Kellogg's Child Development Award, World of Children Awards
  • Winner, Changemakers Innovation Award, Ashoka Foundation
2004
  • Winner, NGO of the Year, Asia-Pacific Region, Resource Alliance
2003
  • Joint venture charity store with the Taisalt Corporation
2003
  • Wenshan Center for Women and Children opened. Commissioned to set up service centers of half-way houses in Miaoli County and Taitung County for women, children and young people
2002
  • Commissioned to establish Fengyuan Rehabilitation Center
2001
  • "Orchid Heart House" established as emergency to long-term shelter for women and children
  • Olivine Girls' Center opens as an employment training program for girls in the care of the Garden of Hope
1999
  • Counseling and service center begins for unwed pregnant women.
1999
  • Following the 9/21 Earthquake, the Garden of Hope provides social workers and counseling services for people in the disaster areas.
  • Activities are held to teach young people about safe sex and AIDS prevention. At the same time, the Garden of Hope helps to establish a foundation devoted to caring for AIDS patients.
1998
  • The Garden of Hope is commissioned to operate the Long-Shan Women’s Service Center for victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sexual transactions.
  • The Dandelion Treatment Center is established to provide in-depth services to survivors of sexual abuse.
1997
  • Publication of educational material about sexual abuse for children and teachers.
1996
  • Launch of group treatments for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
1995
  • The Garden of Hope’s version of the Law to Prevent Sexual Transactions Involving Children (Anti-Child Prostitution Law) is passed in the Legislative Yuan.
  • The Garden of Hope’s offices expand to Taichung and Kaohsiung.
1994
  • The Garden of Hope begins care for sexually abused children.
1993
  • Anti-Child Prostitution Marathon is held in one of the main red-light areas of Taipei. More than 15,000 people take part in the rally to end child prostitution.
1992
  • Public campaign launched to stamp out child prostitution island-wide.
1991
  • Ministry of Interior commissions The Garden of Hope to research child prostitution.
1988
  • The Garden of Hope is formed to provide protection and shelter for girls and young women involved in sex work. In the same year, a review of the legal protection for girls is launched.
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