MT Research Project_Impact of Small Business Set Up (2017)
“Cycle with Care” , Hong Kong Tatler, July-Aug.2017
M’Lop Tapang 2017 Mid Year Report
Drugs and Alcohol Program at M’Lop Tapang External Evaluation June 2017
Estimation of Homeless Children Across Seven Cities in Cambodia (CPC Learning Network, 2016)
Students Migrate, Leaving School at the Border (Cambodia Daily, July 2016)
The forgotten men: sexual abuse of males in Cambodia (Southeast Asia Globe, November 6, 2015
Drug-Addicted Kids Are “Victims, Not Criminals” (Khmer Times, July 2015)
Crackdown on Drugs Underway (Khmer Times, June 2015)
UNICEF is an agency of the United Nations which works in Cambodia to promote and protect the rights of children. In partnership with government, civil society, NGOs and development partners, the current UNICEF country programme, 2011-2015, seeks to ensure that all children in Cambodia have a healthy, clean and protective environment in which to thrive and reach their full potential.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to eradicating the sexual abuse of children. That means we are part of UK policing and very much about tracking and bringing offenders to account either directly or in partnership with local and international forces. CEOP has also been active in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam in recent years providing training and technical support to local law enforcement agencies. First Step is one of the member organisations of the local CEOP advisory panel in Cambodia, along with M’lop Tapang, Chab Dai, IJM, The Asia Foundation and UNICEF.
I Will Believe
Is a short video about raising awareness of sexual abuse and exploitation issues in relation to males and all children.
“A baseline of information on street-working boys in Sihanoukville, Cambodia”
Kids Helping Kids Combat Child Abuse
World Bank Report
Cambodia poverty assessment 2013
Official Statistics of Cambodia (National Institute of Statistics)
World Health Organization (WHO) / Cambodia
United Nations (UN) | Country Profile | Cambodia
Street children at risk” Phnom Penh Post (June 2012)