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Success in lobbying the Government to incorporate five child-related topics into the national teacher training curriculum: read all
MoU with MoEYS: read all
Changing Mindsets and Behavior
In-service teachers who received training in CR and CP are eager to improve their teaching skill and provide more opportunities for students to express their curiosity and personal opinions by asking questions, conferring in small groups and speaking out when they disagree with...read more
Rattan sticks are no longer used at Char Thmey Primary School in Dambae district
Since CRF launched its activities at the school three years ago, the school has been endeavoring to eliminate COP in favor or more positive forms of discipline, says school director Mr. Choem Voeng...read more
From Strict To Flexible
My name is Te Chansokunthy, 54, a deputy-director of RTTC Kandal province. I have been involved with Child Rights Foundation (CRF) since 2006 in Mainstreaming Child Rights in...read more
Sixth grade students at the school are eager to describe what they've learned from CRF programs
"We've learned about TSEC and abuse, the four baskets of CR and dangers from land mines and UXOs. We spread that information to friends and family, our parents and community members, they said. "We're cautious about people who may not do good deeds."... read more
View of Cambodian Child Representative in the World Congress III Against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents in Rio de Janeiro
Under support from the Brazil Government, Ol Sopheak, a teenager boy of 18 years old, Head of a Committee for Child Rights and one of Cambodia Children and Young People Movement for Child Rights (CCYMCR)'s Team Leaders was selected to participate in The World Congress...read more
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Mr. Kosal decided to spend his holidays along with his family within the budgeted amount he had.
Both Mr. Kosal and his wife discussed about the plan with the children. The children felt happy and started planning for the trip. Is there child participation in this given statement?