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  • Field visit to CCOSC partner Organisations – December 2015

    Wed 13 Jan 2016 | Street Children | Buddhism for Social Development Action (BSDA)

    On 28 December 2015 Mr. LAM Socheat,Head of Program CCOSC of Aide et Action Cambodia and the CCOSC Program team visited their partner organisation in Kampong Cham Province


  • Learning at an accelerated pace

    Wed 23 Sep 2015 | Over-aged Students | Pour un Sourire d’Enfant (PSE)

    Kong Sreynoeurn, 15 years old, lives in a poor family near the dumpsite of Steung Meanchey. Three years ago, she had to take care of her mother who had cancer, while her father was an alcoholic and violent.


  • Saniya’s self-reliance and independence

    Wed 2 Sep 2015 | Children with Disabilities | Komar Pikar Foundation (KPF)

    “A long time ago, Saniya went to school, but he could not learn well because he did not have teachers who were specifically trained to teach children with disabilities. It was for this reason he dropped out of school,” says Sim Tha about his son Sanyia who has an intellectual disability.


  • School: A new hope for Oudom

    Wed 19 Aug 2015 | Poor and Remote | Save the Children (SC)

    Oudom, an 8-year old child, is not as healthy as other children. He has had a case of chronic malnutrition since he was born. In addition, he has been an orphan from a very early age. His mother passed away when he was only 5 months old, followed two years later by his father.


  • Ensuring the Rights of Indigenous Children

    Thu 6 Aug 2015 | Ethnic Minorities | Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP)

    Theay Pet, 16 years old, is from one of the 20 ethnic groups that live in Cambodia. Her forest-based community called “Kavet” lives in isolated mountainous areas in northeastern Cambodia. Most of these indigenous families make a living as subsistence farmers and children are required to help with the work on farms.


  • The power to inspire others

    Sat 25 Jul 2015 | Poor and Remote | Cambodian Organization for Children and Development (COCD)

    Ten-year-old Samphors is an orphan from Trapaing Tasek village in the province of Kampot, Cambodia. His father left the country to work as a fruit picker in Thailand a few years ago, and his mother, who worked as a housemaid in Malaysia, died when Samphors was only six.


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