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The Cambodian Center for the Protection of Children's Rights (CCPCR)


CCPCR is one of the first local NGOs to address the issue of child protection by focusing on under 18 years-old girls in sexually exploitive situations in Cambodia. Since its inception in 1994, CCPCR has focused on the rehabilitation and reintegration of girls and young women rescued from abuse, from within and outside their families and those rescued from trafficking in its many forms. Over 3,150 children have benefited directly from CCPCR’s assistance over the past 2 decades, achieving favorable recognition from Government and other cooperating agencies for its relatively unique expertise in successfully dealing with abused children and the vulnerable communities from which they come.


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