Facilitate the reintegration of marginalized children into their families and society through emotional, educational and material support.
Victims of neglect, poverty, trafficking or difficult family situations, street children constitute a vulnerable, out-of-school, often traumatized and marginalized population. The Child Welfare program, which helps children and their families by providing emotional, educational and material support, aims to create the necessary conditions for them to build a better future.
Krousar Thmey has three types of structures adapted to the child’s needs, age and family situation: temporary protection centers, long-term protection centers and family houses. Family reintegration is always favored whenever possible.
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DISCOVER THE PROJECTS OF THIS PROGRAM
TEMPORARY PROTECTION CENTERS
To offer a stable and reassuring accommodation solution to the child before considering reintegration into their family.
LONG-TERM PROTECTION CENTERS
To ensure a stable environment for the child and provide them with access to education, in order to facilitate their integration into Cambodian society.
To welcome children into a safe and caring environment, tailored to their needs.
ACADEMIC AND CAREER COUNSELING
To support young Cambodians in building their future by facilitating access to higher education, vocational training and employment.
HEALTH AND HYGIENE
To improve and preserve the health of children welcomed and staff working in our structures.
ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
To favor the children’s emancipation through a variety of artistic and cultural activities and make them aware of the world surrounding them.
The health of the children in our care is a priority for Krousar Thmey. For more than 20 years, a team of Swiss doctors from Krousar Thmey Switzerland has travelled to Cambodia once or twice a year to monitor the health of the young beneficiaries, in addition to their...
Here, the exhibition "Krousar Thmey, 30 years of history in Cambodia", on display in the gardens of the French Institute in Cambodia.For over 30 years, Krousar Thmey has witnessed and contributed to the development of Cambodia, a country devastated by war from 1970 to...
During the Ceremony of transfer of Krousar Thmey's five special schools to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS), Benoît Duchâteau-Arminjon symbolically handed in the keys of our schools to the Cambodian Government, with the Cambodian Prime Minister S.E....