Church in Cambodia Growing.

One of the most brutal modern genocides took place in Cambodia, 40 years ago, when the Khmer Rouge murdered one out of three men, one quarter of the population. In four years, Pol Pot’s madness claimed the lives of 1.7

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Working for Child Sex Abuse Victims in Cambodia

In 2008, Alastair Hilton, a technical advisor at First Step Cambodia, an NGO that specialises in supporting male victims of sexual abuse, published a report on child sex abuse in Cambodia.The report was called  I Thought It Could Never Happen To

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Cambodian Church Growth

The Church in Cambodia has suffered many waves of persecution, not least under the regime of Pol Pot, during the years of the Khmer Rouge. Indeed, by 1979 only about 200 Christians remained alive in Cambodia. Then, In 1990, the

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Cambodia faces many struggles as it continues to rebuild life after its many years under despotic rule.

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Cambodia: Orphans, more than a business

Orphanages have provided essential care and support for children in Cambodia over many years. However, today the story is different. Orphanages are not needed in the way they once were, but can ministries change and respond to today’s needs.

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Men in Cambodia

In September 2013, the UN released a report that said more than 1 in 5 Cambodian men aged between 18 and 49 admitted having raped a woman. More than half of those men said they committed the rape before they

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Forgiving the past; Cambodia

When more than 3 million Cambodians were killed under the Khmer Regime, the nation lost its moral and social framework. And the vacuum of that loss has been filled by forces of evil in the spiritual realm.

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Education in Cambodia

While 80% of Cambodians today attend primary school, only 32% continue on to secondary. Partially, this is due to widespread child labor including farming, scavenging, garment manufacture, sexual exploitation, fishing and construction.

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Cambodians on the Thai Border

If you are a Cambodian living along the border of Thailand, fetching water every day can be a dangerous journey. You might step on an unexploded land mine, or you could be kidnapped and sold into the sex trade.

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