Riverkids Foundation

a) To prevent the sale of vulnerable children by training and seeking safe jobs for their parents, especially mothers, so that they can support their families and not rely on child labour and child trafficking. b) To prevent the exploitation and abuse of children such as child labour and sexual abuse by providing direct community-based support, both practical for education and food, and psychological with counseling and abuse intervention.

Riverkids Foundation
Street 45 Sangkat Toul Sangke,
Khan Russey Keo
Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia 0000
Cambodia
+6562702180
http://www.riverkidsproject.org

Founder and Managing Director

Dale Edmonds

Management Team

Singapore Team: Ms Florence CHEA, Ms Dale EDMONDS, Ms Elaine WOON |, Cambodia Leadership Team: Phea CHHEANG, Soeng HAY, Nary SIM

Board of Directors

Elaine Ee, Dale E Edmonds, Singapore Team: Ms Florence CHEA, Ms Dale EDMONDS, Ms Elaine WOON |, Cambodia Leadership Team: Phea CHHEANG, Soeng HAY, Nary SIM

Project Leaders

Riverkids Project

Mission

a) To prevent the sale of vulnerable children by training and seeking safe jobs for their parents, especially mothers, so that they can support their families and not rely on child labour and child trafficking. b) To prevent the exploitation and abuse of children such as child labour and sexual abuse by providing direct community-based support, both practical for education and food, and psychological with counseling and abuse intervention.

Programs

We work with children from very vulnerable families in Cambodia. We help families stay together through school, healthcare, counselling, food, microloans and other services so that they don't sell their children to brothels, begging rings and other bleak ends. Our model is tried and tested for success and we replicate and adapt it to new sites identified as critical of child-trafficking.

Statistics on Riverkids Foundation

Financial Statistics

  • Annual Budget for 2013: $510,468
  • Maximum Annual Budget: $510,468
  • Other funding sources: 43% individual donors, 44% NGOs, 7% corporations, 1% religious organisations, 2% labour, 3% gifts.
  • Religious Affiliation: none