Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children´s Rights (CCPCR)# 31, St. 281, Boeung Kok I, Khan Toul Kok,
Phnom Penh City
|Phone No.:||+855 (0)99 444 134, +855 (0)99 444 124, +855 (0) 99 444 127|
|Contact person:||Nget Thy|
- Volunteers are welcome.
- Human rights
- Educational policy/project
- Social policy/disabled persons
Founded as a not-for-profit NGO in November 1994 by a group of Cambodian professionals highly committed to the welfare of Cambodian children, Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children´s Rights (CCPCR) commenced operations in March 1995 and its Statute (Charter) was approved by the Ministry of Interior on Feb 27th 1997.
A world in which the natural and legal rights of children and youth are universally accepted in a society free from all forms of violence and exploitation.
To eliminate all forms of violence against children and youth, including child labor, trafficking, sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation through intervention, rehabilitation and reintegration and to provide an education and life skills that will give survivors the ability to sustain their own futures with dignity
• To ensure the effective provision of quality services to rehabilitate/recover children and youth who are victims of trafficking, sexual abuse and exploitation, as well as vulnerable children in target areas.
• To ensure safe and sustainable reintegration of beneficiaries into society, following rehabilitation at main shelter, safe house and community based program.
• To improve quality of services provided including psychosocial counseling, medical care, legal aid and vocational skills training in CCPCR shelters.
• To strengthen coordination, collaboration, and networking with all relevant government units and NGOs stakeholders in order to rescue, rehabilitate, refer and reintegrate the target beneficiaries.
• Well-functioning child friendly protection system established and/or strengthened in target areas.
• Mobilize children to actively prevent and protect themselves from violence, abuse, exploitation and trafficking.
• Improve quality of organization and staffs’ capacity building in order to ensure the quality of the project implementation
CCPCR´s program consists of:
• Investigation and Rescue
• Recovery and Rehabilitation
• Prevention and Community Education
CCPRC has advocated children´s rights and provided many aspects of the care, attention and action that is vitally needed to rescue, support and reintegrate children into society. This has been achieved through:
• Education, (pre-school, primary, university, vocational training)
• Kids´ Clubs
• Self Help Group
• Rice Bank/cow bank
• Community Leaning Center
• Village Safety Net Program,
• Health Care Program
Nget Thy is the Executive Director of the Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children´s Rights(CCPCR).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.