Family Care Cambodia

Project No: A08

Project Managers:
Alex and Ann Soldner

Contact Info:

Factoid: Children in the Cambodian sex trade has increased dramatically over the past 20 years. This has been linked to the social effects of the Khmer Rouge war, occupation of outside forces, extreme poverty and the growth in sex tourism.

In 2007 the average age of trafficked girls was 19, with 14% being 15 years of age or younger. 

Project Managers: Alex and Ann Soldner

The goal of Family Care Cambodia is to enhance the quality of life and development in Cambodia, especially for those who are disadvantaged. We invest particularly in Cambodia’s children and youth of today, to help build the leaders of tomorrow.

This is accomplished through the following programs and activities:

  • Rural Education Programs
  • Rescue Shelter Assistance
    • Childhood Trauma Counseling
  • Capacity Building Programs
    • Mentorship and Scholarships
    • Training Seminars and Workshops for Teachers and Social Workers
    • Learning Camps, Education Competitions, Motivational Programs
  • Sports Programs
  • Translation and dissemination of educational materials via literature, website, audio/visual
  • Christian Counseling
  • Humanitarian Aid

 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia