Help fight child abuse in Cambodia
We all agree that children are among the most vulnerable in any society, and that crimes against them demand a quick and effective response, while minimizing any ongoing harm to the child.
Crimes including homicide, sexual assault, child trafficking, internet based crimes and all forms of serious abuse require a specialized and coordinated response from investigative and support agencies. The CPU model provides that protection, even in the most under-resourced and remote locations, and does so with remarkable cost-effectiveness.
Whether measured in terms of arrest rates, prosecution rates, the introduction of forensic evidence, police training or the after-care of child victims, the CPU has surpassed expectations.
USD $2,000 for victim care and investigation of an 'average' rape case
The child victims of serious crime come from impoverished families, living in all provinces across Cambodia. Services are provided for child victims under the age of 15 with more than 80% of victims under the age of 13.
In 2019, the CPU
215 cases of child