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Cambodia and Children and young people

Cambodia
  • Capital: Phnom Penh
  • Population: 14453680
  • Size: 181040.0 Km2

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The BLDS children & young people collection
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Children’s action for disaster risk reduction: views from children in Asia
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (ISDR), 2012
This report indicates that Asian children and youth have been involved in hazard mapping, raising awareness through radio and games, as well as influencing other children, their teachers, parents and communities on how to reduce the e...
How to address school development issues through activities and training
Educational Quality Improvement Program, USAID, 2008
This toolkit outlines activities and training methods to address problems that affect school attendance and development in Cambodia. The toolkit is organised into a website developed to engage school committees to prioritize the probl...
Shocks and household decisions on children's work and schooling in rural Cambodia
L. Guarcello; I. Kovrova; F. C. Rosati / Understanding Children’s Work (UCW) Programme, 2007
The paper analyses the effect of different shocks on household decisions concerning children’s involvement in work and school in rural Cambodia. It examines the differential impact of three different types of shocks using propen...
Understanding trafficking and sexual exploitation of Vietnamese children in Cambodia
J. K. Reimer / Humantrafficking.org, 2006
Examining what ‘risk variables’ positively incline Vietnamese families in Cambodia to consider the sale of their children for sexual exploitation, this study finds that major risk factors include crisis/extra-ordinary expe...
Can education partnerships promote equal opportunities for girls?
United Nations Girls' Education Initiative, 2007
This document looks at education partnerships as a way of empowering girls and promoting equal opportunities. It discuses seven case studies from East Asia on programmes addressing the educational needs of girls, particularly those wh...
Exploitation of young migrant workers in Thailand
E. Pearson; S. Punpuing; A. Jampaklay / Human Trafficking, 2006
Thailand has emerged as the number one destination in cross-border trafficking of children and women. Many children and young women from Myanmar, Cambodia and Lao PDR migrate to Thailand in search of better life. Often their journey l...
Child domestic workers and commercially sexually exploited women and girls
E. Brown / International Organization for Migration, 2007
What are the processes and mechanisms of trafficking within Cambodia for the two target groups, Commercially Sexually Exploited Women and Girls (CSEWGs) and child domestic workers (CDWs)? This study looks at how the ‘pull’...
Why do so many primary-age children in Cambodia work?
United Nations Children's Fund, 2006
In Cambodia, more than half of all children begin working by the age of 10. This report provides an overview of the child labour phenomenon in Cambodia — its extent and nature, its determinants, and the consequences for children&...
Tackling child labour in Cambodia
Understanding Children’s Work (UCW) Programme, 2006
Child labour constitutes a key obstacle to achieving universal primary education and other Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). This report provides an overview of child labour in Cambodia, its extent and nature, its determinants, and...
Does pornography affect children’s gender identity?
G. Fordham / Child Rights Information Network, 2006
Pornography is directly implicated in issues such as gender-based violence, the use of commercial sex workers, the spread of HIV/AIDS and the rape of children. This report explores how representation of the sexual practices, as depict...
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Legal Support for Children and Women, Cambodia (LSCW)
Legal support for exploited labourers, Cambodia
Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation, Cambodia (MoSVY)
Cambodian Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY)
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