Awareness on Child Rights Conducted in Kampinh, an Isolated Village in Preah Vihear

Kampinh, a village in Preah Vihear Province, is a target community of SCADP.

Child Rights - Kampinh
Child Rights – Kampinh

 

On 6th December 2014, child rights awareness was conducted among the children and their parents. Study materials supported by Jichiro Hyogo were also provided on that day.

Volunteers and Non-Formal Education
Volunteers and Non-Formal Education
Volunteers and Non-Formal Education
Volunteers and Non-Formal Education
Children and Non-Formal Education
Children and Non-Formal Education
Child-Friendly Awareness
Child-Friendly Awareness

Mr. and Mrs. Shiina

Mr. and Mrs. Shiina is a couple from Japan. He is a member of Jichiro. Every year he likes spending time in Cambodia both officially and informally.

Mr. Shiina - Jichiro
Mr. Shiina – Jichiro

On 21st-23rd March 2010, they visited BFCC, Proyouvong, Wat Than and Sen Sok in Phnom Penh.

Proyouvong
Proyouvong
Wat Than
Wat Than

Two Female Leaders of Remote Villages Seek Support of Children’s Education

Two villages next to the Cambodian-Thai border area in Preah Vihear Province are led by women: Bossbov and Mombey Decheah. Both chiefs of the villages see the importance of education.

In response to their requests, non-formal education (NFE) has been set up by SCADP and co-sponsored by SCADP, Efa Japan, Jichiro Kyushu and Jichiro Hyogo 2014.

Female Cheif of Village
Female Chief of Village next to Mombey border, Preah Vihear Province
Some kids in Bossbov mountain
Some kids in Bossbov mountain
Efa Japan
Secretary General of Efa Japan visited the mountain, 5th December 2014

Two Volunteers to Teach Japanese and Music in Phnom Penh

A group of Japanese volunteers led by Mr. Yukio  Aki visited SCADP BFCC Phnom Penh. The discussion covered the placement of two Japanese volunteers to teach Japanese and music at BFCC Phnom Penh for six to twelve months.

Japanese volunteers
Japanese volunteers

 

Volunteers

Discussion about two volunteers: Mr. T. Hashiguchi and Mr. K. Ogiso, 21st March 2010

Healy’s World

Mr. Liam Healy, his family and friends support formal education and livelihoods of children. This is part of their social responsibility and charity. Ms. Linda Menton and MKIS Project Cambodia play a very important role during their visit and future projects.

Healy's World and Friends
Healy’s World and Friends, 5th December 2014

Jichiro Kyushu’s Project in Preah Vihear Province

On behalf of Jichiro Kyushu, Efa Japan and SCADP visited SCADP’s target border area in Preah Vihear Province on 4th December 2014. Study materials for non-formal education (NFE) were distributed.

Jichiro Kyushu
1st Community in Jichiro Kyushu’s Project visited on 4th December 2014
Jichiro
2nd Community in Jichiro Kyushu visited on 4th December 2014
a non-formal education volunteer
a non-formal education volunteer

JICHIRO KAGOSHIMA SUPPORTS A PROJECT IN KANDAL PROVINCE

Jichiro Kagoshima visited SCADP’s Bright Future Center for Children (BFCC) in Phnom Penh on 5th February 2015. Their material support was intended for BFCC Phnom Penh and non-formal education (NFE) in Kandal Province.

Efa Japan and JICHIRO Hyogo Promote Child Rights in Border Area

Non-formal education (NFE) is an alternative education system for children living in remote villages like those along the Cambodian-Thai border area.

Through Efa Japan, JICHIRO Hyogo supported 12 NFE classes in Preah Vihear.

JICHIRO Hyogo
1st NFE Class supported by JICHIRO Hyogo, visited by Efa Japan on 3rd December 2014 in Preah Vihear Province

JICHIRO Hyogo

2nd NFE Class supported by JICHIRO Hyogo, visited by Efa Japan on 3rd December 2014 in Preah Vihear Province

Press-cut: Street Children at Risk

SCADP was quoted as saying by The Phnom Penh Post, English newspaper in Cambodia:

These child peddlers and beggars became frequent targets of human trafficking, sexual abuse or gang fights, Yim Sokhary, executive director of the Street Children Assistance and Development Program, a Phnom Penh-based NGO, told the conference.

Original post at The Phnom Penh Post on 14th June 2012, Retrieved by SCADP on 10th July 2015.

The Phnom Penh Post 1/5
The Phnom Penh Post 1/5
The Phnom Penh Post 2/5
The Phnom Penh Post 2/5
The Phnom Penh Post 3/5
The Phnom Penh Post 3/5
The Phnom Penh Post 4/5
The Phnom Penh Post 4/5
The Phnom Penh Post 5/5
The Phnom Penh Post 5/5