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My Hero

My hero is Somaly Mam. When she was a girl she was sold into sex slavery. Then after being forced to watch her captors kill one of her friends, she found a way to escape. … Read More»

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Inspiring Next Cambodian Generation

How can we inspire our next Cambodian generation? It is a question that we, 8 young Cambodian women, have been asking ourselves many times. … Read More»

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Border Disputes - Cambodia & Thailand

Dear all, Please help to give me idea and comment with my new draft. All your comments will help me much on my Op-Ed. Thank you! Love, Sarvina ====================================== … Read More»

EGBOK Mission

EGBOK (Everything’s Gonna Be OK) Mission is an international non-profit organization empowering young adults with the educational and vocational train

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Black and White for Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving Day, I wore black and white. … Read More»

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Homeless in our own homeland

“How many times have you heard it said that it is not time to talk about women? They heard it in Cambodia, I am sure. So have they in Timor Leste, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea. … Read More»

Community Voices

CAMBODIA: Girls Discarded Like Soiled Linen

Cambodian student Sarvina Kang urges the newly formed UN Women agency to address root causes of sex trafficking in her country. Read More »

"The idea that girls and women are disposable commodities still prevails in Cambodian society."

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Cambodia 32nd Anniversary of Victory Day Over Genocide

The 32nd Anniversary of Victory Day was organized by the Royal Government of Cambodia, and under the presidency of Samdech Chea Sim, President of the Senate, Samdech Heng Samrin, President of the Nati … Read More»

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Mu Sochua

Tonight, Dec. 19, 2010, I have read the article about Mu Sochua, in my first issue of World Pulse magazine. … Read More»

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Finding Face: Documentary Combats Acid Violence

A sour fruit stand sits in the wet heat of monsoon season in Kampong Cham, Cambodia. Its vendor is pregnant. Eight months pregnant. A woman and a little boy pull up on a moto. … Read More»

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