Our Mission Director Polly Dunford, met with a group of human trafficking survivors in Siem Reap. The stories they told of what they have gone through by working outside the country was very emotional.
Bong Pheak, Cambodia’s first employment service to help low-skilled and unskilled workers find safe employment within #Cambodia, has been launched.
Some elderly people say that feeding small fish to children will make them thin and more susceptible to illness. What do you think?
A Cambodian team has been selected as one of the top 3 finalists in the USAID Asia & YSEALI Innovation Challenge!
Cambodia is in its third decade of peace and economic growth and has made great strides in reducing poverty and improving health. Despite these gains, significant obstacles remain. Democracy and human rights continue to be a challenge, natural resources have been rapidly depleted through illegal logging and poaching, inadequate nutrition has stunted over 30 percent of children and human trafficking persists.
The United States works with Cambodia to build a framework for lasting democracy and to improve the lives of all its citizens.
Last updated: October 21, 2016