Leadership and Staffing


APLE management and staff members are dedicated to the cause and make the most possible effort to protect children from all forms of sexual abuse and exploitation.

Our Board

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.

In 2020, we were delighted to welcome four new non-executive Board members; 3 of whom are based in Phnom Penh. This is a significant positive development and we hope their local presence will provide even greater support to the APLE team.

Now, all APLE Team leaders will become Executive Board members, in addition to the existing Executive Team.
This will give more direct links between the Board and APLE staff and will enable wider input on a more frequent basis.

Continuing Professional Development

Our commitment to professional
development is evident through
every effort to provide the staff with updated knowledge and applicable skills for their professional and personal lives, for the benefit of society.

Our staff

All APLE's employees 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 categorized 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.

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.

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