Tom Dy Center

Phnom Penh

Tom Dy Center was established in 2004 with the aim to offer support, medical and psychological care to underpriviledged women, very often victims of sexual violence. After receiving basic schooling, as well as vocational skills training, they may more easily find employment and are prepared to live an independent and self-determined life.

Today, the center also includes a full time daycare for children under the age of 5. This enables parents to participate in the trainings or take up a regular job, knowing that their babies are in safe hands.

Homepage Tom Dy Center (AFESIP)

Rahab's House

Svay Pak, Phnom Penh

This community center is situated right in the middle of one of the best-known red-light disticts of Cambodia.

It offers education, food and housing for orphans and free medical care. Several times a week, the Kid's Club is open for children of the area, to join singing and crafts activities as well as well as English or even basic life skills lessons.

Homepage Rahab's House (AIM)

Hagar Community Learning Center

Toul Kork, Phnom Penh

Hagar International is committed to women and children who have become victims of violence, abuse and trafficking. More than 200 children attend class at the Community Learning Center (CLC) each year. It considers itself a "catch-up" school, enabling children to complete two school years in 12 months. This allows them to reintegrate into the Cambodian school system more easily. Moreover, CLC raises the kids' awareness for social and human rights issues, in order to educate a new generation that will be able to take over responsibility for themselves as well as for their fellows.

Homepage Hagar

About Cambodia...

Capital: Phnom Penh
Area 181.040 km²
Population: 14 million
Population Density: 76 inh. / km²
Population Growth: 0.52 % p.a.
Official Languages: Khmer
Literacy Rate: 73,6 %
Religion: Buddhism (93 %),
Curreny: Riel

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