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.
One day when Saburo Kita was 14, he was taken from an institution for troubled children to see a doctor. Despite protesting that his health was fine, he was ordered to strip, lie down on a table, and was given a local anesthetic.
Police question a worker from a Chinese-owned club for giving drugs to minors.
500 school children to perform at the NABA Entertainment Spectacular show.
An initiative by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and UNICEF, with funding from the IKEA Foundation, enables preschool staff to learn about inclusive education for children with disabilities and put them into practice, writes Rachel McCarthy.
Public Bank launches a campaign offering children of the bank’s customers an opportunity to showcase their talent.
Health Ministry battles to reduce Infant mortality rate by 50% by the end of 2020.
Local authorities have been urged to crack down on fundraising in public places.
A nanny has been arrested on accusations she physically abused two children from a wealthy family in Sen Sok district.
A California couple are arrested over torture 13 malnourished children, with some shackled to beds in the dark.
Two children were injured in a fire on the fourth floor of a house in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district yesterday.
NGOs are Maryknoll Cambodia, Community Service, Kdei Meta and EVA Social Service.
The Ministry of Women’s Affairs on Monday announced that the government will create a new committee from 13 related ministries for implementing an action plan against violence on woman from 2017-2021. Speaking during the launch…
More than three-quarters of children and young adults migrating to Europe are abused.
Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting their third child, their office says after cancelling a meeting due to morning sickness.
The Alliance for Conflict Transformation is publishing a report into challenges faced by children working on the streets.
There are many different thoughts on what children should eat, and of course what they want to eat.
Over 10 million people from across India will take part during the month-long march which will start from India’s southern-most tip Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu.
Innovation runs deep in the Polgar family DNA. In the 1970s, the father Laszlo challenged Hungary’s communist authorities by homeschooling his children into prodigies.
Searching for a storytelling application for young children? Try Ey Sey Storytime, a dual-language app designed to introduce kids to Khmer folk tales.
Long travelling distances; a lack of support in areas with a small population; and a lack of qualified teachers are all reasons children fall through the education net.