Cambodia

Day care and family social services

Organization: Daughters of Cambodia

Project: Day care and family social services
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Target group: Families at risk, street children

Daughters of Cambodia’s overall goal is to assist sex workers who want to leave the industry. With the overall aim to break the circle of exploitation and prevent children from entering the sex industry, the project includes a day-care service for children, a medical clinic treating children, weekly parenting classes, school assistance and a pre-natal clinic.


Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org

 

Early Childhood Development

Organization: Mith Samlanh
Project: Early Childhood Development
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Target group: Families at risk, Street children, Children who are victims of abuse, Children in alternative care

Mith Samlanh provides a continuum of care for street children and their families. It includes outreach, run drop in centres and transitional homes, non-formal and vocational training and reintegration into the formal school system, culture programs, drug prevention etc. Mith Samlanhs daily outreach activities reach 1800 street children every year.

Read more: http://www.mithsamlanh.org/

Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org

 

Vulnerable and Trafficked Children

Organization: Komar Rikreay
Project: Vulnerable and Trafficked Children
Location: Battambang, Cambodia
Target group: Children who are victims of abuse, Street children, Children in alternative care

Komar Rikreay is operating a short shelter for children who are victims of trafficking. The goal is to reintegrate the children into their family or into a family setting, and to support the family to guarantee the sustainability of the efforts.

Read more: http://komarrikreay.canalblog.com/

Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org

 

Family oriented improvement

Organization: Phare Ponleu Selpak
Project: Family oriented improvement
Location: Battambang, Cambodia
Target group: Families at risk, Children who are victims of abuse, Street children, Children in alternative care

Phare Ponleu Selpak offers a holistic program to meet the needs of vulnerable children which includes family support and reintegration, educational programs, arts and culture. The program reaches about 1 500 children from families affected by alcoholism, migration, violence and abuse, orphans, abandoned children, domestic or farming slaves, children victims of trafficking and street children.

Read more: http://www.phareps.org/

Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org

 

Family Reintegration and Family Support

Organization: Friends International, Kalyan Mith program
Project: Family Reintegration and Family Support
Location: Siem Rep, Cambodia
Target group: Families at risk, Street children, Children victims of abuse, Children in alternative care 

Kalyan Mith provides support to marginalized children and young people, with a particular focus on street children/youth, by offering a range of comprehensive services including a transitional home, family reintegration and development of family based alternative care.

Read more: http://www.friends-international.org/

Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org

 

A Better Future for Street Children and Families

Organization: M'lop Tapang
Project: A Better Future for Street Children and Families
Location: Sihanoukville, Cambodia
Target group: Street children, Families at risk, Children victims of abuse, Children in alternative care

M'lop Tapangs direct services reach 3 000 street children and their families annually. It includes outreach work with local poor families and children, reintegration to families, into education and job placement and support for drug using youth.

Read more: http://www.mloptapang.org/

Contact person at Childhood:
Joel Borgström
joel.borgstrom(a)childhood.org