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Cambodia Directory

The following is a working directory of organisations actively engaged in combatting human trafficking in Cambodia.

 


United Nations Action for Cooperation Against Trafficking in Persons (UN – ACT), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Cambodia 
UN-ACT Cambodia works through the Coordinated in Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking (COMMIT Process) from Cambodia along with the other five governments in the Mekong Region to combat human trafficking. 

UN–ACT Cambodia, UNDP
UN-ACT Regional Management Office United Nations Service Building
Rajdamnern Nok Avenue
Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Telephone +66 (0) 2 304 9100
Fax + 66 (0) 2 280 0268
Email unact@undp.org
Website: www.un-act.org/countries/cambodia/


International Organization of Migration (IOM) Cambodia
IOM Cambodia focuses on working with the Cambodian government to improve their prevention and protection of human trafficking victims. Their main projects include; integrating border assistance for sexually abused migrant minors in Cambodia, addressing the risks of vulnerable migrants, and facilitating migration.

IOM Cambodia
Norodom Blvd, No. 281, 4th Floor
Sangkat Tonle Basac, Khan Chamkamorn
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 23 216 532, +855 (0) 23 214 132, +855 (0) 23 720 406
Fax: +855 (0) 23 216 423
Email: iomphnompenh@iom.int 
Website: www.iom.int/countries/cambodia


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Cambodia 
UNICEF Cambodia works with the government to improve child protection systems in Cambodia in order to protect vulnerable children and also improves the role of families and communities in areas of child protection.

UNICEF, Phnom Penh Office
Exchange Square, 5th floor, Building No. 19 & 20
Street 106, Sangkat Wat 
Phnom, Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

P.O. Box 176
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 23 260 204
Fax: +855 23 426 284
Email: phnompenh@unicef.org
Website: www.unicef.org/cambodia


United Nation Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Cambodia 
UNODC Office in Cambodia also works on Project Childhood which aims to enhance law enforcement’s capacity for national and transnational action to identify and effectively act upon travelling child-sex offenders in the Mekong Region. Project Childhood has completed three police trainings and technical working groups in Cambodia in order to enhance the police-training curriculum. Through this project, eight officers from Cambodia have received training for investigation and prosecution of online/offline sexual exploitation of children. And 86 Cambodian National Police Officers received training on gender issues and violence against women and children.

UNODC, Phnom Penh Office 
Phnom Penh Centre 
Block A, 2nd Floor, Room 221 
Corner Sihanouk (274) & Sothearos (3) Blvd 
Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkarmon 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 23 860 624 
Fax: +855 23 222 350
Email: fo.cambodia@unodc.org
Website: www.unodc.org


End Child Prostitution Child Pornography & Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT) Cambodia 
ECPAT Cambodia works to combat the commercial sexual exploitation of children. They also promote coordinated action in order to eradicate child prostitution, child pornography, child trafficking for sexual purposes. ECPAT Cambodia advocates the legislation, effective implementation, and exchange of information for best practice in the field. 

ECPAT International
328/1 Phaya Thai Road 
Ratchathewi 
Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 215 3388
Fax: +66 (0) 2 215 8272
Email: info@ecpat.net 
Website: www.ecpat.net


Save the Children Phnom Pehn Office
Save the Children Cambodia works to keep children safe from being neglected and abused. Their Child Protection Programme focuses on three areas; children without appropriate care, physical and humiliating punishment, and child protection in emergencies. 

Save the Children Cambodia
#5, Street 242
Sangkat Chaktomouk
Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

PO Box 34
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 23 223 403, +855 (0) 23 223 404, +855 (0) 23 223 405, +855 (0) 23 223 406
Fax: +855 (0) 23 223 406
Email: info.cambodia@savethechildren.org
Website: http://cambodia.savethechildren.net/


XP Missions
XP Missions provides shelter, protection, and active monitoring for children who are orphaned, living on the street, and children who have been identified as victims of human trafficking. 

Email: cambodia@xpmissions.com
Website: www.xpmissions.com


Samaritan’s Purse
Samaritan’s Purse works to empower the community by increasing their income through the financial planning program. This program can help prevent unsafe migration into Thailand by helping poor families manage their debt and finances. Samaritan’s Purse also raises awareness of safe migration and human trafficking.

Samaritan's Purse, International Headquarters 
PO Box 3000 
Boone, NC 28607-3000 USA

Telephone: +1 828 262 1980
Website: www.samaritanspurse.org


Krousar Thmey
Krousar Thymey is a shelter for orphans, street children, children with disabilities, and also child victims of human trafficking. The children who are victims of human trafficking have been repatriated via the Poi Pet Transit Centre. 

Email: communication@krousar-thmey.org
Website: www.krousar-thmey.org


Poipet Transit Centre (PTC)
Poipet Transit Centre is the first official destination in the repatriation process of Cambodian children. Here, they will be referred to a shelter and the family tracing process will begin. 

Director: Manith Chea
Email: cheamanith@gmail.com
Telephone:  +855 (0) 53 705 273


Mercy Ministry Foundation (MMF) 
MMF runs a children’s home and a primary school in a Poipet slum. The homes provide for 30 children. The current number of students is roughly 280.

MMF
P.O. Box 6
Chiangrai, 57000
Thailand 

Website: www.mmfthailand.org/contact/


Cambodia Orphan Save Organization (COSO), ASPIRE
Providing care and facilities to children who are orphaned, homeless, and those who live on the streets, including children with disabilities.

COSO, ASPIRE
National Road 6, Group 4
Trang Village, Kandek Commune
Prasat Bakong District, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 12 422 416, +855 (0) 96 966 6416
Email: info@cosocambodia.org
Website: www.cosocambodia.org


SOS Children’s Village
SOS Children’s Village works with vulnerable or orphaned children. With locations in Siem Reap, Phnom Pehn, Kampot, Battambang, and Ratanakiri, their main areas of focus are on strengthening families, care in families, supporting young people and education. 

Email: info@sos-childrensvillages.org
Website: www.sos-childrensvillages.org/where-we-help/asia/cambodia


Cambodian Centre for the Protection of Children’s Rights (CCPCR)
The Cambodian Centre for the Protection of Children’s Rights works to ensure the successful rehabilitation and recovery of children and youth who are victims of trafficking, sexual abuse, and exploitation. They also work in the area of reintegration of children through their main shelter, safe house, and community based programs. 

Cambodian Centre for the Protection of Children’s Rights (CCPCR)
Street 516 
Toul Kok 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

P.O. Box 2487 
Phnom Penh 3, Cambodia


Telephone: +855 (0) 23 992 019, +855 (0) 12 729 895, +855 (0) 12 913 138
Email: info@ccpcr.org.kh, irm.fundraiser@ccpcr.org.kh 
Website: www.ccpcr.org.kh


Sangkheum Centre for Children
Sangkheum Centre for Children provides care, education, and training for disadvantaged children and youth living in the Centre and in the surrounding area. This organization also works with children who are identified as victims of human trafficking. 

Email: mail@sangkheum.org 
Website: www.sangkheum.org


SHE Rescue Home
The SHE Rescue Home acts as a safe shelter for girls aged 5 to 16 who have been raped, abused, trafficked, or forced into prostitution.  They offer food, education, and activities for the girls. 

SHE Rescue Home
It’s Not OK
PO Box 1041
Broomfield, CO 80038 USA

Email: info@sherescuehome.org
Website: sherescuehome.org


Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)
LSCW works to prevent and eliminate all forms of human trafficking and abuse as well as discrimination of children and women in Cambodia. LSCW provides legal support free of charge to women and children. Additionally, LSCW provides legal training to local authorities, related government agencies, and NGO partners. 

Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW)
#132E-F, Street 135
Phasar Doeum Thkov, Chamkarmorn
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 23 220 626
Email: info@lscw.org
Website: www.lscw.org


Damnok Toek
Damnok Toek is a Cambodian organization working with vulnerable children and their families. They aim to prevent children from being abused and trafficked (internal and cross-border trafficking). They also provide rehabilitation services for under aged substance abusers and traumatized children. Damnok Toek also provides for the reintegration of trafficked or runaway children into their culture, their villages, and if possible their families of origin. 

Telephone: +855 (0) 12 569 365
Email: media@damnoktoek.org
Website: www.damnoktoek.org


Honour Village Cambodia, Siem Reap
Honour Village Cambodia provides a home, education and care to 30 children who are unable to be with their parents. Their aim is to integrate them with their families wherever possible; so far over 20 children have been successfully returned to the care of their relatives, with appropriate support and regular monitoring. They also offer free school for surrounding villages. 

Telephone:  +44 (0) 7780 743 390
Email: info@honourvillage.org 
Website: www.honourvillage.org


Senhoa Foundation
Senhoa Foundation supports vulnerable persons and survivors of human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs. They provide funding and capacity building through their partnerships to establish sustainable programs that serve underprivileged women and children.

Senhoa Foundation
17832 Pioneer Blvd.
Artesia, CA 90701 USA

Telephone: +1 562 402 5131 ext. 257 
Website: www.senhoa.org


Angkor Hospital for Children
Angkor Hospital for Children provides quality paediatric healthcare to Cambodian children and free care to those living in poverty. They are guaranteed by the Cambodian constitution to work with the Cambodian Ministry of Health to strengthen Cambodia’s healthcare system through the training of doctors, nurses and health workers and to play a central role in improving public health for all children.

Angkor Hospital for Children Siem Reap 
P.O. Box 50
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 63 963 3409
Fax: +855 (0) 63 760 452
Email: ahc@angkorhospital.org
Website: www.angkorhospital.org


Life and Hope Association
Life and Hope Association is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by providing compassionate care and access to education to the poorest and most vulnerable in Cambodia – especially children and disadvantaged young women.

Life and Hope Association, Siem Reap
# 0211 Wat Damnak
Salakomreuk Commune
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 63 761 810
Email: lifeandhopeangkor@gmail.com
Website: www.lifeandhopeangkor.org


The Self Help Community Centre
The Self Help Community Centre provides a safe environment for over disadvantaged children and young adults in the Kro Bei Riel Community, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

The Self Help Community Centre 
Puok District
Siem Reap, Cambodia

Telephone: +855 (0) 17 292 694
Email: contact@shcccambodia.org
Website: www.shcccambodia.org


Cambodian Children’s Fund
Cambodian Children’s Fund works to break the cycle of poverty and abuse and to create positive change in Cambodia through intervention and education for the most impoverished and underserved children and their families.

Cambodian Children’s Fund
P.O. Box 111 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 

Telephone: +855(0)23 991 944 
Email: info@cambodianchildrensfund.org
Website: www.cambodianchildrensfund.org