Child Protection Unit: ‘Extra scrutiny of teachers urged’, Phnom Penh Post


Click here to read the full report The arrest on Saturday of a registered British sex offender, employed at a Phnom Penh school for the past year, has cast doubt on the screening of foreign nationals working with children in Cambodia. With wanted sex offender Paul Prestige’s extradition pending, the British Embassy yesterday issued an…

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Child Protection Unit: ‘Life sentence in child murder’, Phnom Penh Post,


Click here to read the full report Koh Kong provincial court yesterday handed a life sentence to a man who murdered a toddler in April, with investigators saying the killing was an act of revenge following a disagreement with one of the child’s parents. According to Child Protection Unit (CPU) director James McCabe, Le Yangsoeung,…

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Wall Street Journal: Scott Neeson – From Hollywood Executive to Philanthropist


The movie executive left Hollywood behind to work with children in Cambodia View the original article on the Wall Street Journal website here. By Alexandra Wolf –  June 12, 2015 2:37 p.m. ET Original Article – About a decade ago, in Phnom Penh, an 86-year-old Cambodian woman grabbed then-Hollywood executive Scott Neeson’s hand to lead him…

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Khmer Times – “More Houses inaugurated for the poor”


More Houses inaugurated for the poor Friday, 09 January 2015; News by Khmer Times/Nov Sivutha and Ou Mom (L to R) Scott Neason , Hun Manet, and his wife at the Steung Meanchey housing project ribbon cutting. (KT Photo: Nov Sivutha) PHNOM PENH, Jan. 9 (Khmer Times) – The Cambodia Children’s Fund (CFF) in cooperation…

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Vancouver Sun – “Former Hollywood mogul finds fulfilment in a Cambodian rubbish dump”


Former Hollywood mogul finds fulfilment in a Cambodian rubbish dump Scott Neeson left the movie industry for Southeast Asia and set up the Cambodian Children’s FundBY GERRY BELLETT, VANCOUVER SUN NOVEMBER 5, 2014 Original Article : +mogul+finds+fulfilment+Cambodian+rubbish+dump/10353483/ story.html#ixzz3IAXQQrzFo   Scott Neeson first encountered the dump at Steung Meanchey district in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2003,…

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