The Social Affairs Ministry has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with eight non-government organizations(NGOs) to allocate nearly $7 million over the next three years to help orphans, young crime victims, and vulnerable children throughout the country.
An agreement to expand the Cha-Ching Money Smart Kids (Cha-Ching) programme.
Now what was once a compound littered with rubbish is a vibrant community with wooden homes.
As the Muslim fasting month progresses, some poor children in Indonesia are donning giant puppet costumes known as Ondel-Ondel and busking in the streets to try to make a living.
Parents whose children have disorder are encouraged to bring them for physiotherapy.
A draft national strategy to further protect children and promote their rights from this year to 2023.
Located on Street 103 in Toul Tompong, a house with a sign at the front reading “Buck Hunger” looks just like a small local eatery serving breakfasts to hungry Cambodian from a house. The difference? The customers do not pay for their food.
Maybank launches the Cashville Kidz Financial Literacy Programme 2019.
The Health Ministry urges people to be wary of hand, foot, and mouth disease.
Preah Ang Duong Hospital launches its new learning centre.
HFMD is an infectious disease with following symptoms: fever, painful mouth ulcers, as well as blisters and a rash on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.
The Japanese government agrees to provide funds to provincial health departments.
Police in Kampong Thom say three children drowned on Monday as they were playing in a pond in Prasat Balaing.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday ordered the Social Affairs Ministry to absorb Afesip Tomdy’s Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Centre staff into the ministry.
At least 23 people, some of them children, died after a tornado swept through Lee County, Alabama on Sunday, and the death toll was expected to rise as rescuers searched through the rubble of destroyed homes, authorities said.
Japan provides over $900k for children’s surgical systems and ordnance clearing.
Japanese agrees to grant $400,384 to improve maternal and child health in Takeo..
French pharmaceutical company Sanofi has for decades helped discover, develop and distribute therapeutic solutions to patients in more than 100 countries.
In 2017, the Education and Health Ministries reportedly said that Cambodia is starting to experience the ‘double burden of malnutrition’ where obesity cases among children is progressively increasing over the years.
The Australian owners of a restaurant in Timor-Leste are hoping to use their passion for local cuisine to combat malnutrition in the tiny Southeast Asian nation.
Plan International Cambodia launches its 1,000 Days Nutrition project in Stung Treng.
The Angkor Hospital for Children has already come a long way since it treated its first child patient in 1999.
NagaWorld Kind Hearts acknowledges the role of education in eradicating poverty.
A teacher trained to teach children in their native language, is making a positive impact on keeping indigenous children in school and completing their studies.
2 young children died in a fire believed to have been caused by them trying to cook.
“Dare not to look or you will die!” Malorie’s shaking voice resonates while she reminds Boy and Girl of that one crucial mantra that could spare them from dying.
In Cambodia, the term ‘orphan’ is loosely defined and most of the kids in the so-called orphanages are not really parentless children. But some of the NGO-run orphanages are actually giving these children a fair go as Sheila Yuanjiahuan found out.
Women were supposed to stay at home and be in charge of taking care of children. That was the tradition strictly followed for generations. However, social changes have unfolded dramatically over the past decades.
Nearly one million sick children were treated in five Kantha Bopha hospitals in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap last year.
Action Pour Les Enfants yesterday expressed concern that Cambodian children are still the target of foreign paedophiles.