Inside CCF: A DiWeekend Magazine interview with Scott Neeson

“Cambodian Childen’s Fund: Founded by Scott Neeson in 2003. CCF is pursuing 65 different programs in areas such as education, health care, leadership, housing and economy. Today, CCF provides for 2,200 children and their families. The organization ranks amongst the best in the world when it comes to transparency and responsible financial management. CCF has initiated the Child Protection Unit together with local law enforcement and the CPU has introduced DNA testing and other forensic techniques in a bid to reduce child abuse.”

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