‘Another 41 Stung Meanchey ‘Dumpsite Families’ Get Homes’, Khmer Times

14/01/2016

Read the full article here. There are now 300 small homes on a stretch of land alongside the old garbage dump in Stung Meanchey, which closed in 2009, that provided a living for scavenger families. An additional 41 houses were officially opened in Russey village yesterday, built by the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) in cooperation…

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Child Protection Unit: ‘Suspect in axe murders arrested’, Phnom Penh Post

08/01/2016

Read the full article here. Police yesterday arrested a 26-year-old man for a brutal axe attack on a family of seven in Sihanoukville last month that left a mother and her young daughter dead, with the suspect allegedly confessing that a personal dispute sparked the horrific crime. After a nine-day man hunt across several provinces,…

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‘World Housing builds community-oriented homes’, Phnom Penh Post

28/12/2015

Read the full article here. Over the past year-and-a half, Cambodia Children’s Fund in Partnership with World Housing has built 360 homes for underprivileged families in Stueng Meanchey. The ambitious goal was to create community-oriented homes that operated on a principle of a one-for-one real estate gifting model that allows families to rent homes at…

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