Climate risks on Cambodian children
A UNICEF report has found various risks that impact children in East Asia and the Pacific, including impacts affecting Cambodian children, while calling for measures to safeguard their rights and future ...
UNICEF report says Cambodian children face crisis from poor diets
A report released by UNICEF on September 22 said that Cambodian children under the age of two are not getting the food or nutrients they need to thrive and grow well, leading to irreversible developmental harm. ...
Khmer Times Staff
Cambodia’s children 46th most vulnerable to climate change
UNICEF warns that children in Cambodia are at high risk of being negatively impacted by the ongoing climate change crisis, which poses a threat to their health, education and economic prospects. ...
Kantha Bopha treats 20K children in July
The Kantha Bopha Foundation received over $70,000 in July from donors while more than 20,000 children were given outpatient care or admitted for treatment at its five pediatric hospitals in Cambodia. ...
Workshop to raise awareness regarding child abuse online
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport will hold a five-day workshop on the topic of “online sexual exploitation of children in Cambodia” next week to raise awareness of the risks the internet poses to children. ...
World Vision helps more than 540,000 children during pandemic
More than 540,000 children benefitted from food security and learning materials programmes during the Covid-19 outbreak, World Vision Cambodia announced yesterday. ...
Over 35,000 kids still in care
A staggering 35,000 Cambodian children and young people continue to be housed in a range of residential care facilities, with many of them flying under the government’s radar, according to a new report released by the Ministry of Social Affairs yesterday. ...
Touch Sokha and Erin Handley
Malnutrition affecting Cambodia’s development
A 50 per cent stunting rate among Cambodian children contributed to lower-skilled labour and slower economic development for the Kingdom, a senior government economist said yesterday at a workshop on food security. Stunted growth as a result of malnutrition led to ineffective learning among children and ...