Prevention is one of the main pillars of child protection. In October 2016, 32 NGO personnel and 25 confidential informants were equipped with new knowledge on child sexual abuse and exploitation online & offline through APLE training courses. The courses focused on the new modus operandi of preferential child sex ...
November 29, 2016
After going through the dark experience of sexual abuse and exploitation, most survivors disperse and there is less opportunity for them to come together. For this reason, APLE’s court support team supported by ECPAT International conducted a local consultation in Phnom Penh on 10 October 2016. The aim of this ...
November 25, 2016
Paying for the damage cannot remove the injury of sexual abuse and exploitation, but of course it may partly compensate for it. Most of the time, there are compensation orders from the courts, but the actual money that the convicted criminal pays becomes rare because they have no visible money ...
November 23, 2016
Institutional child sexual abuse and exploitation is a continuing concern in Cambodia. The majority of residential care homes and even some churches are operating without proper and legal registration. Many suspects and perpetrators who intend to target children are likely targeting such institutions. They may apply to be volunteers or ...
November 4, 2016
In 2016, Training of Trainers (ToT) approach is the main focus of APLE Cambodia in order to strengthen the real capacity of teachers, NGO partners and other stakeholders to better protect children. In August 2016, the training team of APLE was invited to provide a one-day training course on offline and ...