Tagged: Kaliyan Mith

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Who Are The #everydayheroes ?

It’s simple really. They are the women and men who work around the clock every day delivering over 1.6 million services each year to the children, young people, families and communities Friends works with....

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Floods Cause Continued Chaos To Cambodian Families

           Once again floods have brought death, destruction, chaos and disease to some of the most vulnerable families in Cambodia. The death toll in the country is now over 100, and many of the...

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Help Us Win The Skoll Challenge!

The Skoll Entrepreneurship Challenge is a major online fundraising event, launching on September 30th . It will run for eight weeks, and 57 organizations, including Friends, will take part in this global challenge which...

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Siem Reap – Reintegrations… And Graduations!

It’s been a busy time at the Friends Siem Reap program, Kaliyan Mith (KM), as they prepare to reintegrate and support children into school!   269 new children (137 females) will be reintegrated this...

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Ms.Forbes Facilitates Fun With Friends In Siem Reap!

This post comes from our Kaliyan Mith team in Siem Reap, who have been participating in workshops run by Laura Forbes, a musician, actress and facilitator from the UK. Laura spent some time working...

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Short Term Foster Care Training in Siem Reap

This month saw the start of monthly training sessions for the Kaliyan Mith (KM) team of 10 short-term foster carers. The short-term foster care project places babies and children aged under 3 with foster...

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Olympic Gold for our Siem Reap Team!

As the UK celebrated the first anniversary of the 2012 Olympics last month, in Siem Reap Cambodia another Olympic event was taking place – read all about it here, in this piece from our...

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Taking Steps To Beat Alcoholism In Siem Reap

In 2012 the Friends program Kaliyan Mith Siem Reap began working in two communities – Mondul 3 and Chong K’neas. These were identified as having high levels of school drop-out, poverty and other vulnerabilities....