Tagged: Families

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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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Chom Chao Stories – 1. Sothearith

What is the day-to-day reality of the work of our field teams really like? What challenges do they face on a daily basis? We all celebrate when one of our students graduates, or parents...

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JPA – Youth Advocates For ChildSafe!

The work of Friends-International has always been informed by listening to children and young people, responding to their needs and ensuring through our projects and initiatives that their rights are being met. It’s particularly...

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Presentations – Raising Awareness… And More.

Presentations form a very important part of our work at Friends. Sharing new ideas, information updates and more among our teams and partners happens very regularly across our programs. Then there are the many...

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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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Off The Dumpsite!

  Venny from our Lao PDR project contacted us with some great news this week.  The program works with 120 children, youth and caretakers from scavenger families who live on the city dumpsite, KM36,...

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Dropping In To Siem Reap

Drop-in centers (DICs) form a key element of much of our  work across our programs. They allow our beneficiaries to access support and services outwith the times that outreach teams and services work, and...

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Citizen Tips – Driving A Protective Agenda In Cambodia

On April 3rd the ChildSafe Network officially launches ‘7 Tips To Protect Children In Cambodia’, the first ChildSafe Citizen campaign. ChildSafe Citizen tips are based upon the highly successful and widely shared ‘7 Tips...

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That Was The (Media) Year That Was!

Over this past week we’ve been looking back at our program work during 2014 through our social media channels. However, the Friends 20th Anniversary Year also saw that work featuring strongly across both local...

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A Happy Outcome – The Family+ Program At Work.

This story from our Social Work Technical Advisor James Farley tells exactly how a better future for one child who was at risk was secured through mutual understanding, collaboration and dedicated program work under...

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THINK – Support Families, Not Orphanages

  When we launched our ‘Children Are Not Tourist Attractions’ campaign with the support of UNICEF back in 2011 we hoped it would raise awareness and prompt behavior change in the public in relation...