Chab Dai (joining hands in Khmer) was founded in Cambodia in 2005 by Helen Sworn. Chab Dai is a coalition of Christian Organizations committed to ending sexual abuse and trafficking. Chab Dai aims to bring an end to trafficking and sexual exploitation through coalition building, community prevention, advocacy and research. While the organization was founded in Cambodia, Chab Dai also has additional offices in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Chab Dai is registered as an International NGO with the Cambodian Government. Their partner organizations elect members to be a part of the Steering Committee of Chab Dai, which works to provide support and accountability to the Team. Chab Dai is also overseen by a registered charity in the UK, Yejj Charitable Trust (registered number 1103241).   
Projects Of Chab Dai
- Providing help, support and resources to individuals, organisations and churches;
- Developing and distributing innovative resources to assist with programs working in the areas of prevention through to reintegration;
- Setting up and operating a resource centre and library
- Working with communities, organisations and government ministries to identify strategies to address the issues of sexual abuse and trafficking;
- Developing training programs to build the capacity of staff working with victims;
- Facilitating advice clinics to for organisations discuss and address issues relating to their work;
- Carrying out specific research studies which make recommendations at both program and advocacy levels; and
- Being committed to praying together for one another and the issues we are facing.
- Katherine Marshall (August 31, 2009). "Need Plus Greed: Faith in Action". The Washington Post. Retrieved February 20, 2013.