Dr Hideto Yoshioka, a Japanese doctor who was keen to provide medical assistance to developing countries, built the Japan Heart Children’s Medical Centre in Kandal province to treat child cancer patients whose parents cannot afford
Sitting on a mat next to a suitcase full of her belongings, 21-year-old Chok Yoeun feeds her one-year-old son as he waits to receive cancer treatment.
When Greig Craft first arrived in Vietnam in 1989, he saw a country on the cusp of enormous change and a place where, as the standard of living and the use of motorised vehicles increased, young people were dying and suffering severe injuries on the roads every day.
Growing up in a poor family in the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Chansangva “Tin” Kouv encountered social barriers, financial difficulties and frequent violence.
Chan Rothana, the well-known Khmer boxer and MMA fighter, enters a gym and starts preparing for a fight, jumping rope, kicking heavy bags and sparring with a partner.
When Thol lost her eyesight, her husband abandoned her. She spent her days being guided around by her small children while her oldest son fished for food to keep the family alive.
Ten years after Tracy Evans-Land founded Kids Play International (KPI) in Gatagara, Rwanda, in 2008, she rolled out the second iteration of her programme in the rural villages of Anhchanh and Srah Srang outside of Siem Reap town centre, Cambodia.
After working to promote menstrual health and girls’ education for several years, two women from different backgrounds and parts of the world united to start looking for youth ambassadors and partners in Cambodia to expand their vis
A non-profit organisation Full Gospel Assembly Child Care Centre, Cambodia (FGACCCC), established itself in Kampong Speu Province in 1996 to help street children, orphans, and children from dysfunctional and poor families.
Twin sisters Chiea Sieang Ee and Chiea Seang Eng used to wake up to only leftover rice for breakfast.