‘For child victims of rape, help is scarce’, Phnom Penh Post

July 15, 2016

Full article: http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weekend/child-victims-rape-help-scarce With only limited improvement in recent years, the gap in the Kingdom’s social-care services leaves many abuse victims without hope. While 9-year-old Nari deals with the trauma of her rape, her mother fears stigma from fellow villagers, and struggles to see a future for the family in the absence of specialized support. Nari…

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‘The Cambodian Children’s Fund: Scott Neeson’s Courageous Career Change’, Advance

July 13, 2016

Interview by Molly O’Brien, Marketing & Communications Specialist, Advance Full article published here: https://advance.org/articles/scott-neeson/ Meet Scott Neeson. He is a former Hollywood Executive and founder of the Cambodian Children’s Fund. Not a linear career path, to say the least. In 2003, Scott embarked on a sabbatical between jobs that would change the course of his life.…

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Sovannry’s big breakthrough

July 11, 2016

“Finally I could do it and I cried incidentally, and so many people came to me and hugged me… That feeling was the best feeling ever.” Sovannry, 16. Watch this short video to find out what she did – we think it could make your weekend. Every year the remarkable Anthony Robbins Foundation sponsors a…

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Spotlight on… Teacher Rith

July 1, 2016

“If you want to reduce the cycle of poverty, education is the main way to do it,” – Teacher Rith. For the second part of our “Spotlight” series we want to introduce you to Teacher Rith, one of the many unsung heroes on our staff team. He works on the front line in CCF’s classrooms…

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Supporting a community in crisis

It’s hard to see the bright side of a situation as heartbreaking as the fire which devastated a Steung Meanchey village earlier this week. Over 100 families have lost their homes and few belongings and face an uncertain future. And yet there is always hope if you want to look for it. It’s there in the…

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