Child Protection

Thursday 6 July 2017

Mother’s Heart prevents child-family separation

When Ming Oun’s young daughter, Rotana, became pregnant, Rotana thought she could raise her child and help out her mum at home. But just two months after the birth, Rotana realized she was not ready to be a mother. Neither she nor her equally young partner was mature enough to take on the responsibility of looking after the baby. The care of the baby boy was increasingly left to his working grandmother, Ming Oun.

Tuesday 4 April 2017

Enabling Transformational Change Through Community Social Work

“I wanted to apply but I was not sure I could pass and do this job,” she explained. “But my village chief explained how important it is to do this work. How it benefits not just my family, but the whole community, and others who are in the same situation. So I decided to apply.”

Friday 21 November 2014

Cambodian Children Need Better Protection

The CNCC must play a more active role in coordinating the national Government working groups, taskforce and line ministries to fulfil children’s rights,” says Mr. Ranjan Poudyal, Country Director, Save the Children.

Tuesday 9 September 2014

Raising Awareness to Stop Domestic Violence and Abuse against Children

I am very happy now. My mother cares, loves and gives me enough food to eat. I do not avoid school anymore. I love my studies.

Tuesday 17 June 2014

Working Together as a Network to Help Reduce Domestic Violence

I was in great pain and fear. I was standing trembling seeing my father pulling my mother’s hair, slapping her in the face and kicking her.

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