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  • Organisation

    Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) empowers communities to keep their children safe within families. Cambodian Children’s Trust is expanding its services and reach of the piloted Holistic Family Based Care Model in Battambang Province with the primary focus on the prevention of child-family separation. The Organisation conducts best practice alternative care services such as kinship care, foster care and independent living, as well as empowering families to take their children back from institutional care.

    CCT mobilises community child protection networks that identify vulnerable families within villages and facilitate tailored interventions. They build support networks around vulnerable families who help to ensure the ongoing safety and well-being of children. They bring vital support services into communities to support and strengthen families, which results to lack of separation from their families to access nutrition, health care and education.

    CCT is working in close collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY), DoSVY and Residential Care institutions in Battambang Province to safely reintegrate children back to their families and communities.

    • Organisation

      Cambodian Children’s Trust (CCT) empowers communities to keep their children safe within families. Cambodian Children’s Trust is expanding its services and reach of the piloted Holistic Family Based Care Model in Battambang Province with the primary focus on the prevention of child-family separation. The Organisation conducts best practice alternative care services such as kinship care, foster care and independent living, as well as empowering families to take their children back from institutional care.

      CCT mobilises community child protection networks that identify vulnerable families within villages and facilitate tailored interventions. They build support networks around vulnerable families who help to ensure the ongoing safety and well-being of children. They bring vital support services into communities to support and strengthen families, which results to lack of separation from their families to access nutrition, health care and education.

      CCT is working in close collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY), DoSVY and Residential Care institutions in Battambang Province to safely reintegrate children back to their families and communities.

    • Project

      Transformative leadership through Art project is strengthening the understanding of rights and is empowering behavioral change using art performances and discussions that highlight concerns of the elderly, people living with disability, LGBTI and women facing extreme violence. After the success of the previous project under the Voice grant, the second project phase intends to strengthen the performance capacity of 12 women and transform them to become agents of change, influencing behavior change of duty bearers and the community through community forum theatre.

      The project strengthens the capacity of 12 women on how to create scenarios and manage the show or forum in theatre while engaging local authorities and public service providers including the health and education sector to participate in forum theatres. This gathers attention and ensures responsive support to those whose voices are unheard and left behind.

      The project targets 3 highly populated villages, especially those living in former slum areas of Battambang province.

  • Project

    Transformative leadership through Art project is strengthening the understanding of rights and is empowering behavioral change using art performances and discussions that highlight concerns of the elderly, people living with disability, LGBTI and women facing extreme violence. After the success of the previous project under the Voice grant, the second project phase intends to strengthen the performance capacity of 12 women and transform them to become agents of change, influencing behavior change of duty bearers and the community through community forum theatre.

    The project strengthens the capacity of 12 women on how to create scenarios and manage the show or forum in theatre while engaging local authorities and public service providers including the health and education sector to participate in forum theatres. This gathers attention and ensures responsive support to those whose voices are unheard and left behind.

    The project targets 3 highly populated villages, especially those living in former slum areas of Battambang province.

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