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Need: Funding and Volunteers for DEVI House for Cambodian Women’s Organizations

We are working hard to create DEVI House, a safe place for women to weave together a vision for change in Cambodia. … Read More»

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Cambodia - Incognito

I found this great link on the International Museum of Women's website and thought I would share it here. … Read More»

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A Woman of the Mekong

I would like to bring to your attention an article that appeared in a recent (April 2008) edition of The Soroptimist - SWP. … Read More»

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A Voice for Women's Rights

My name is Arun Reaksmey. I am 26 years old. I was born in Phnom Penh City, Cambodia on January 21, 1983. I’ve got a lot of friends because I am an honest person and feel sympathy for others. … Read More»

New Year Baby

Suddenly confronted with the history of her family’s survival under Cambodia's Khmer Rouge, Socheata Poeuv documents the story of coming to know of her own past and that of her family. New Year Baby tells of Poeuv's birth in a refugee camp and explores the lives and experiences of Poeuv's family members, some of whom she had never before met. Read More »

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How to package sunlight

Write about Cambodia. … Read More»

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Introducing me and my journal: Mu Sochua

Human rights advocate Mu Sochua was born fifty years ago to an affluent Phnom Penh family but was sent to Paris by her parents in the early 70s as Cambodia became a battleground. … Read More»

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Time to Wake up

No one wants to live with war because of death and destruction. Cambodia also was in the hole of the problem by the war during 1975 to 1979 that was led by Pol Pot. … Read More»

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Welcome to the discussion!

Thank you for your support and contributions! Let the Cambodia Cafe be your catalyst for constructive dialogue and global change! WHAT THIS GROUP IS ABOUT: … Read More»

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Both a 37-year-old woman and her unborn child died in the hospital because her family was unable to pay for her surgery fee

17 March 2009 By Sophal Mony Radio Free Asia Translated from Khmer by Socheata … Read More»

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