Time to Act! – Louder Than Words
This collection features testimonies on breakthroughs and successes in preventing and stopping child, early and forced marriage across the Asia-Pacific region.
Ensuring all children, especially the most marginalised, are protected from violence, abuse and neglect.
Plan International Cambodia and partners work with children’s clubs and networks as well as communities and local authorities to establish effective referrals and reporting mechanisms for any form of violence or abuse towards children. We also ensure girls’ rights and specific needs are upheld through our family protection networks.
At the national level, we have collaborated closely with the Cambodia National Council for Children (CNCC), other concerned government agencies and NGO partners to develop key policies, including:
Since 2004, over 120 children’s councils and 200 children’s clubs have been created to promote the awareness of children’s rights in schools and communities.
We have also set up 345 family protection networks – community-based mechanisms that link communities with the relevant services so they can refer cases of violence against children.
We also coordinate civil society to service providers to ensure quality child protection services and joint advocacy.
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