Child Rights Foundation
Child Rights Foundation (CRF) is a local Cambodian, child-focused, non-profit, non political and non-religious non-governmental organization.
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 Bar Association (CBA)
Created with the assistance of the University of San Francisco School of Law program, the Cambodian Bar Association assists persons within Cambodia in becoming skilled human rights lawyers and advocates.
Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights (CCPCR)
The Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights (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).
Cambodian Defenders Project (CDP)
The Cambodian Defenders Project (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 Human Rights and Development Association (ADHOC)
The purpose of ADHOC's Women's Rights program is to provide knowledge on women's rights to both women and men, so that they may regard women's rights as human rights and be aware of women's rights violations.
Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO)
The Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) working to promote and defend human rights in Cambodia.
Cambodian National Project Against Trafficking in Women and Children
Monitors general operations of local and international NGOs and IGOs directly involved with human trafficking issues and assesses fiscal needs of these organizations for UN funding.
Cambodian Women's Crisis Centre (CWCC)
The Cambodian Women's Crisis Center (CWCC), a non-profit organization, was established in March 1997.
Cambodian Women's Development Association (CWDA)
The Cambodian Women's Development Association (CWDA) is an indigenous, non-profit, non-government organisation with no religious or political affiliations but a strong feminist agenda.
Coalition to Address Sexual Exploitation of Children in Cambodia (COSECAM)
COSECAM was established in 2001.
Digital Divide Data
When women are rescued from brothels they have almost no career possibilities. Digital Divide Data (DDD) believes that they can give victims of trafficking and/or prostitutes an opportunity to make a new life for themselves and gain the self confidence of which they had been robbed through a Sex Trafficked Women's Program.
Goutte D'eau (Damnok Toek)
The activities in Neak Loeung include: A 24 hour children's shelter for abused and neglected children located at the ferry terminal for children on their way to Phnom Penh.
Hagar focuses its efforts on assisting the women and children in Cambodia who are dealing with serious crises in their lives, as well as those who are the most vulnerable and at risk.
Healthcare Center for Children
Healthcare Center for Children (HCC) deters women and children from seeking assistance from traffickers by supplying healthcare, educational support, social and economic development, technical support, training, and advocacy for children and young women in Cambodia.
Khmer Women's Voice Center (KWVC)
The Khmer Women's Voice Center (KWVC) emerged from the Cambodian Women's Committee for Non-violence and The Elections (CWCNVE) which promoted women's participation in the 1993 elections process.
Legal Aid of Cambodia (LAC)
Legal Aid of Cambodia (LAC) is a non-profit, non-governmental Khmer-administered association of lawyers dedicated to serving the legal needs of Cambodia's poor in all types of civil and criminal matters.
Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)
LSCW aims to prevent and eliminate all forms of human trafficking and abuse as well as discrimination of children and women in Cambodia. LSCW is committed to legally protecting, assisting and supporting all persons trafficked, abused, including Cambodian migrant workers in destination countries, through existing legal mechanisms, and to gain recognition of and respect for their rights. Goal: For vulnerable groups to enjoy increased access to justice and basic human rights through transparent legal mechanisms.
Mith Samlanh / Friends
Mith Samlanh / Friends assists homeless and vulnerable street children and adolescents, including their families, who are at high risk of exploitation and physical and emotional abuse, especially through forced commercial sex and violence in the streets.
NGO Committee on the Rights of the Child (NGOCRC)
The NGO Committee on the Rights of the Child (NGOCRC) is a coalition of national and international non-government organizations (NGOs) working together to advocate for the rights of children and monitor the implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Cambodia (CRC).
NYEMO Cambodia Organization
NYEMO Cambodia Organization is a Cambodian non-governmental organization established in early 1998, which works to improve the quality of life of vulnerable women and their children by strengthening and empowering them with the partnership of all stakeholders in the society.
Protection of Juvenile Justice (PJJ)
The Protection of Juvenile Justice (PJJ) was established and officially recognized on 5 May 2001 by the Council of Ministers and Ministry of Interior of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The Protection of Juvenile Justice (PJJ) provides legal assistance, legal training, research and child rehabilitation for children and their families who have suffered from exploitation.
SABORAS is a Cambodian Non-Governmental Organization (CNGO), a grass-roots, non-profit and non-political agency implementing development activities throughout Cambodia.
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