Ensure a stable environment for the child, also by giving him access to education, in order to enable him to integrate into society.
For those who are orphans or cannot be reintegrated into their families, the protection centers provide protecting environment to the child while still being open to the community. The children are housed, fed and listened to; they take part in the daily life of the center and attend the public school like other children.
Whenever possible, family bonds are maintained and encouraged. Assessments of the family situation of children are regularly conducted. If a significant improvement is noted and there are no risks for the children, they leave the center and are reunited with their close relatives.
- Enrollment in public school
- Psychological support
- Sociability and respect of a Cambodian way of life
- Awareness of hygiene rules
- Family reintegration
Before being referred to the protection center, Sokhim and her sisters lived in the streets of Phnom Penh with their mother, who could no longer support them, following the death of their father.
Read her story
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$50 – food and clothes expenses for one child for one month
$10 – cost of extracurricular activities (English, I.T., cultural activities) per children per month
Area of work: Child protection
Location: Provinces of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap
Beneficiaries: underprivileged children, street children and their families
Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon, founder of Krousar Thmey, received for the second time an award from World of Children honoring his action and that of the Foundation for the benefit of underprivileged children in Cambodia. Visit the page dedicated to Korusar Thmey To help...read more
This Friday, join us at the META HOUSE in Phnom Penh to (re)discover the documentary "The Children of Krousar Thmey" and meet with Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon a.k.a. Bénito , the founder of the organization. We hope to see you there! See the event on Facebookread more