Wednesday, January 31, 2018

ផលប៉ះពាល់នៃការធ្វើចំណាកស្រុកមកលើកុមារ ដែលឪពុកម្តាយទុកចោល

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ដោយ Frederick Howard

កុមារីបុប្ផាអាយុ៤ឆ្នាំ និងបងប្រុសនាងអាយុ៦ឆ្នាំ ឈ្មោះសុភ័ ដើរទៅសាលារៀន
ក្នុងខេត្តសៀមរាប។ ©UNICEF Cambodia/2017/Bona Khoy

ខេត្តសៀមរាប ប្រទេសកម្ពុជា ខែកញ្ញា ឆ្នាំ២០១៧ –  ឃុំមុខប៉ែន គឺជាឃុំជនបទមួយនៅក្នុងខេត្តសៀមរាប ដែលសម្បូរទៅដោយវាលស្រែ ជាទីរមណីយដ្ឋានទាក់ទាញដល់ទេសចរទាំងទ្បាយ។

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

“I’m happy to be home” - life after returning home from a residential care institution

By Eri Masaki and Bunly Meas 

Sophea* watches TV at home. 
© UNICEF Netherlands/2017/Marco De Swart

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia, January 2018  “I feel so happy to be at home” said Sophea*, a 14-year-old boy with a shy smile.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Specialized care brings optimism to a boy and his family

By Chansereypich Seng

Makara who has just woken up from his nap gives a big smile. 

© UNICEF Cambodia/2017/Chansereypich Seng

Kandal, Cambodia, January 2018  Makara was peacefully asleep at home, but awoke to a conversation between his parents and staff from the NGO Veterans International Cambodia (VIC).

He greeted the staff with an adorable smile. The seven-year-old boy toddled happily toward the living space of the house with help from his parents.

Monday, January 22, 2018

Safe homes for child survivors of human trafficking and labour exploitation

By Buthdy Sem

A young boy doing his school work in a group home
© UNICEF Cambodia/2017/Buthdy Sem

Poipet, Cambodia, January 2018 – Having a home to come back to after school has changed the lives of young victims of trafficking. To provide better and safer care for child victims of human trafficking and labour exploitation, NGO Damnok Toek began transitioning its long-running residential care institution into a community-based care home in January 2017, and the benefits are already obvious.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Girls getting ahead: Scholarships bring new opportunity to rural Cambodia

By Rachel McCarthy and Sovannarem Ngoy

Norng Y Thong is one of more than 1,000 students benefitting from 
MoEYS-UNICEF scholarships to ensure she finishes high school; 
© UNICEF Cambodia/2017/Rachel McCarthy

Ratanakiri, Cambodia, January 2018: Norng Y Thong is a 12th grader from a village in Ratanakiri Province, a rural mountainous region along the border with Vietnam and Laos. From the capital, Phnom Penh, it takes eight hours along highways, bumpy dirt roads and endless stretches of rubber trees to reach Norng’s upper secondary school, where 700 students attend.