Poverty and severely limited means of generating income force many internally displaced women into abusive trades such as prostitution and trafficking. In internally displaced people camps in Uganda, for example, many girls and women engage in survival sex to obtain food or "transactional sex" in exchange for spending money or small objects. These women are given no opportunities to further their education, engage in businesses or develop self-respect. Women for Women International works to help women recover from the ravages of war and become active citizens by offering them direct aid, job training and microcredit loans. Ugandan-American Amber Chand is doing her bit to put war-affected women back to work and start their own businesses. She runs the US-based Amber Chand Collection, an online gift shop that sells handcrafts produced and sourced from some of the most war-ravaged regions of the world.