Global Campaign

Monday 4 June 2018

When children have children, exclusion becomes the norm.

Being a young parent is difficult, even when you have access to social services which empower parents to provide optimal care for child development and family support available. Imagine the added difficulty, vulnerability and fear when teenagers – just girls themselves – are thrust into this reality. This is the situation for tens of thousands of girls in Cambodia who become pregnant before they are adults – a situation that not only ends their own childhood, but puts their young babies at increased risk.

Monday 4 June 2018

Alarming increase in number of teenage mothers in Cambodia puts health of youngest children at risk

New report highlights the risk of exclusion for young Cambodian mothers and children

A dramatic increase in the number of teenage mothers in Cambodia is putting the wellbeing of some of the nation’s youngest children at risk, says Save the Children.

Tuesday 20 March 2018

NGOs Call for Greater Investment in Early Learning

National Reading Day, celebrated across Cambodia to promote the habit of reading, will be celebrated for the third time on 11th March.

Wednesday 1 February 2017

Cambodian Football Superstar Vathanaka Announces Role as Save the Children’s Goodwill Ambassador

Cambodia’s “golden boy” of football, Chan Vathanaka, today announced he will become Save the Children in Cambodia’s Goodwill Ambassador, supporting the organization’s campaign to reach every last child.

Thursday 7 July 2016

Reaching Cambodia’s Every Last Child Living in Khvan Cheal Village Sre Cha Commune, Snoul District, Kratie Province

To ensure every child has an equal opportunity to survive and benefit from access to health care, education, nutrition and protection, regardless of who they are or where they live, Save the Children in Cambodia has launched a series of campaign activities throughout 2016 calling on decision makers in the country to allocate more resources and to ensure that the resources benefit children living in remote areas, particularly those who are left behind.