To help marginalized children to reintegrate within their families and society, through emotional, educational and material support.
Children victims of poverty, violence or a difficult family situation constitute a vulnerable population, often out-of-school and traumatized, and living at the margins of society. For 20 years, Krousar Thmey has based its work on a path adapted to each child, over the long-term and in keeping with the Cambodian way of life. The children are welcomed in the different facilities: temporary care facilities, centers of permanent protection and family homes. Family reintegration is always favored whenever possible.
Sreyheng is a 14 years old girl, born in an underprivileged family in Kampong Cham province.
Read her story
DISCOVER THE PROJECTS OF THIS PROGRAM
TEMPORARY PROTECTION CENTERS
To offer a stable and reassuring accommodation solution to the child before considering reintegration into the family
LONG-TERM PROTECTION CENTERS
To ensure a stable environment for the child, also by giving him access to education, in order to enable him to integrate into society.
To welcome children in a safe and caring environment, tailored to their needs.
ACADEMIC AND CAREER COUNSELLING
To favor the integration of marginalized children by facilitating their access to higher education, vocational training and employment
HEALTH AND HYGIENE
To improve and preserve the health of children welcomed in our structures by providing them with medical care.
CULTURAL AND SPORT ACTIVITIES
To favor the children’s emancipation through a variety of activities and make them aware of the world surrounding them.
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...
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 Facebook