This is cool CFI! I am one of the citizen in Battambang and Battambang is close to Thailand. I see and know many people go to work in Thailand and when they do they have to go through/decide with many difficult things likes, living separate from their family, borrow money from people around them or bank for their gurney, lots of them go without documented and few of them go with documented. And the sad thing is when you are the social worker you can social work to people you work with but when it's come to your own family sometimes is really difficult. I have a brother who is working in Thailand and I talked to him lots about the conscience that he could face, he still end up working in Thailand but at less I can make sure he goes with documented and know where he works, know if it is safe or not. To stop people from migration is not easy but what we can do is to help them as much as we can so that they really do know what migration mean and the advantage and disadvantage that they might or could face. I was absolutely support the idea that CFI is thinking in the direction of using theater as one of the strategy to work with their client or people in the community they are working with.