When New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s daughter will be allowed to cuddle with her during debates and swim in the pool.
The King and the Queen donate $1 million to Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospitals to continue providing free treatment to children.
Recently, I read an article suggesting that one of the leading causes of deaths among children in rural Cambodia is due to diarrhoea.
Growing up without a father is very hard for any child but imagine if you were in sixteen-year-old Ang Meng Eang and his two siblings’ shoes, a group of children who have endured an exceptionally tough life.
The US government is running short of space to house illegal migrants.
A Chinese businessman paid a surprise visit to Stung Meanchey Primary School.
Trump administration defends its hardline immigration policy at the US-Mexico border.
Fitbit have released the Fitbit Ace, the company’s first fitness band aimed for children. The Ace, designed for kids aged eight and up, was first announced in March.
Nearly half all children in Afghanistan are out of school due to conflict, child marriage and discrimination against girls.
The rate of hepatitis B among children in the Kingdom has dropped to below 1%.
Many of us have an innate passion for helping. But only a few would be willing to take steps forward and extend actual assistance. Ouk Vanday is but one of these few.
A concerted effort must be taken to end violence against children and we must start rethinking the way children are treated, to give them the dignity and respect they deserve, write Chea Lyda and Mathieu Andre.
As International Children’s Day draws near, Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on ministries to prevent violations of children’s rights.
Artisan wood carvers who have been making intricate toys for Indian maharajas, ministers and their children for generations are facing ruin as the rare wood their unique products rely on disappears.
PM urges to help disseminate information to parents about educating their children.
Three children drown together in a pond on their way to school in Kampot city.
Maybank has sponsored 52 underprivileged children by providing them the opportunities to pursue education as a way out of poverty.
Disabled children in Cambodia still face challenges while in primary school, a study finds.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a woman who forced children to beg along the streets of the capital to eight years in prison.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court has sentenced a woman who forced children to beg along the streets of the capital to eight years in prison.