Cambodia: Take Action

Agir pour les Femmes en Situation Precaire (AFESIP) AFESIP is a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-religious organization established at the grass-root level in Cambodia in 1996.

Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights (CCPCR) CCPCR was established as a local, non-governmental organization in 1994, with its main goal to implement the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of Children (CRC).ccpcr@forum.org.kh

Cambodian Defenders Project (CDP) CDP was established in 1994 in Cambodia as a project of the International Human Rights Law Group (based in the United States, now called Global Rights) as an international non-governmental organization.

Cambodian Women's Crisis Centre (CWCC) CWCC, a non-profit organization, was established in March 1997.

COSECAM is a local NGO coalition in Cambodia. All members of the coalition have common goal, advocate for improvements and work to assist children in need, particularly those who are abused, exploited or maltreated.

Hagar Cambodia is an international Christian organization committed to the recovery and empowerment of women and children who are victims human rights abuse; particularly domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

On Line Women In Politics: believes that all women from different races, religious background, social status and political persuasions should come as one and be united in upholding women's rights and pushing for the advancement of all women through active participation and involvement in politics, governance and decision-making.

Legal Aid of Cambodia (LAC) is a non-governmental, independent, Khmer-administered, non-profit and non-political organization founded in 1995. LAC’s mission is to provide free, quality legal services to and advocate for Cambodia’s poor in both criminal and civil cases.

Aziza's Place, a grassroots home and learning center serving impoverished Cambodian children. Our mission is to promote the holistic growth of underprivileged children by providing a safe home, access to public school and supplemental education, as well as developmental programs focused on healthy lifestyles, community involvement, and the visual arts.

The NYEMO NGO aims at facilitating the establishment of small scale reintegration programmes for vulnerable people through linking existing resources and building a sustainable social and economic safety net.

Chab Dai aims to bring an end to trafficking and sexual exploitation through coalition building, community prevention, advocacy and research.

CCHR is a leading non-aligned, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights – primarily civil and political rights - in Cambodia. We empower civil society to claim its rights and drive change; and through detailed research and analysis we develop innovative policy, and advocate for its implementation.

Action pour les Enfants (APLE) APLE, Cambodia is a non-governmental human rights organization established to combat the sexual exploitation of children.

Cambodia Anti-Child Trafficking Coalition The NGO coalition called Cambodia Anti-Child Trafficking (Cambodia ACTs) works mainly to fight against child trafficking.

Cambodian Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (COHCHR) The United Nations originally created a human rights office during the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC), the Office of the Human Rights Component.

Cambodian Red Cross The Cambodian Red Cross (CRC) is the largest humanitarian organization in Cambodia.

Don Bosco Foundation The Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia is a religiously affiliated organization that has a history of assisting children with obtaining an education.

Equal Access Equal Access celebrates the launch of the newest addition to its Digital Broadcast Initiative (DBI), a Khmer Language Satellite Radio Service, which will reach rural areas of Cambodia that have little to no radio coverage.

International Labor Organization (ILO/IPEC) ILO fact sheet on Trafficking Children and Women in Cambodia.

International Organization for Migration (IOM) IOM is involved in Long Term Recovery and Reintegration Assistance to Trafficked Women and Children.

The Asia Foundation The Asia Foundation's counter-trafficking programs are designed to combat the issues of trafficking in a number of different ways ranging from direct victim and shelter support, safe migration, and school-based education programs designed to raise awareness of the dangers of trafficking to young people, training for counseling service providers, and reintegration vocational training for victims.

UNIFEM UNIFEM is the women’s fund at the United Nations.

United Nations International Children's Fund (UNICEF) UNICEF activities include capacity-building of the government in legal and social protection through technical and financial assistance, including policy and regulatory framework development.

World Education Project OPTIONS: Combatting Child Trafficking and Exploitation Through EducationCambodia serves as a country of origin, transit, and destination for both domestic and international trafficking networks.

World Vision World Vision is currently implementing a regional anti-trafficking project that covers Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam.

ARTIP Project Asia Regional Trafficking in Persons (ARTIP) Project CAMBODIA ARTIP commenced in August 2006 and is expected to run for up to five years.

ECPAT End Child Prostitution, Abuses and Trafficking (ECPAT) Cambodia ECPAT Cambodia has reasons to be preoccupied over CSEC related issues in Cambodia, it is evident that the rights of the youngest inhabitant – children, are constantly violated.

UNIAP United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (UNIAP) The UN Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (UNIAP) was established in June 2000 to facilitate a stronger and more coordinated response to human trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam).


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