Category: An EverydayHero’s life

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Talking A ChildSafe Thailand – Pad Chat!

During the recent visit of the Thailand ChildSafe team to our HQ in Cambodia we spent a little time having a brief chat with one of our Child Protection Team #everydayheroes, Ms Pradthana Suwanpiam,...

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This Giving Season, Build Futures With Friends!

This year, for our end-of-year annual campaign, we are focusing on inspiring stories of the impact our #everydayheroes make in their work. Our first story comes from hospitality teacher Nina, who is based at...

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Chom Chao Stories – 2. Sreynuon

Following the recent blog story from Chom Chao, we hear about another very challenging case from our Kaliyan Mith Chom Chao program manager Siheang… ‘When we first came across 20 year old Sreynuon* she...

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7 Tips For Outreach!

Sharing best practice with partners and also between programs is another key element of the Friends approach. So, with this in mind the Mith Samlanh Saving Lives Coordinator Pin Sokhom from Phnom Penh visited Kaliyan...

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20 Years Ago…

Friends founder Sebastien Marot reflects on the Cambodia of 20 years ago, and his first day there… ‘20 years ago today (April 1st, 1994), I arrived in Cambodia. I had left Paris on a...

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Pre School In Siem Reap

A great deal has been going on in our Kaliyan Mith program in Siem Reap over the last few months. The old center has closed and relocated to new premises, new training businesses have...

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Fostering Care Through Training In Siem Reap

More news comes from Siem Reap on the short term foster care project being run in partnership with Angkor Hospital for Children. The monthly sessions cover relevant topics which build the capacity of the...

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ChildSafe Works In Laos

This post about the positive impact of the ChildSafe project in Lao PDR comes to us from Kristi, Technical Advisor to our program there, Peuan Mit. ‘The ChildSafe project in Lao PDR, funded by...

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‘Got Milkshakes?’

From Indonesian Country Program Director Ghislain Morard, a story of how our #everydayheroes there are helping families to build better futures. ‘We first met Ibu Ani* about eight months ago when she was begging...