Monday, May 28, 2018

Teen girls in Cambodia empowered through puberty knowledge and education

By Stina Heikkila and Sovath Ngin

Students from Grade 7 share their experiences of growth and changes.
Kabo Secondary School, Krong Kratie district, Kratie province.
©UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Fani Llaurado

Kratie Province, Cambodia, May 2018 – A change is in the air as the sun beats down on Kabo Lower Secondary School ahead of afternoon classes.

Excited chatter and giggles emanate from classrooms as girls and boys tease each other playfully as they wait for their teachers to arrive.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Positive parenting reduces violence against children and keeps families together in Cambodia

By Ayphalla Te and Miho Yoshikawa

Sen Nary and her youngest son, Sreng Karanapich,
are holding each other at the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh.© UNICEF Cambodia/2017/Ayphalla Te

Phnom Penh, May 2018 – Mother of three, Sen Nary is the embodiment of the benefits of positive parenting – an approach that builds communication and respect and leads to healthier and happier family ties.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Specialist care provides a new lifeline for people with hearing loss

By Youra Soeum

Rachana, an audiology trainee of All Ears and her colleagues
pose at the NGO’s clinic. ©UNICEF Cambodia/2018/Youra Soeum

Phnom Penh, Cambodia, May 2018 – Hearing loss is one of the most severe and least recognized disabilities and it affects over five per cent of the world’s population – 360 million people – according to World Health Organization data.