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 As a Board member, we have three primary legal duties known as the “duty of care,” “duty of loyalty,” and “duty of obedience.”

APLE Cambodia is governed by a Board of Directors and operates under a self-governing system and the principle of representation by means of:  The General Assembly, the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee, and the Staff. Board members have a duty to steer APLE toward a sustainable future by adopting sound governance and financial management policies, and helping to ensure adequate resources.

Our staff

APLE has a committed staff who have pledged to protect children from abuse. Each was employment based on their capacity and the need of the projects. They have agreed to work according to the spirit of the UN CRC and APLE values and to protect children at all cost.

APLE recruitment process is always transparent, impartial and equal. Background and suitability checks are some key requirements to ensure people with child abuse and related criminal background are not employed.

Our commitment

APLE members continually undertake education and training to advance their knowledge and skills in order to ensure best quality of services provided. APLE operational and technical staff are all well-equipped through training and capacity building activities by national and international law enforcements and experts.

Continuing professional development

APLE members perform their duties in accordance with principles of highest moral, legal and professional conducts aiming to ensure proper performance and services. The staff provides support and assistance to all clients categorised as direct or indirect beneficiaries of APLE regardless of their race, colour, religion or faith, sex, birth, political opinion, nationality, country of origin, or any other similar criteria.

Report it, Don't ignore it.

If you come across child sexual abuse material online (CSAM), report it. You can also call our Hotline 092 311 511 to talk to our Hotline analyst.