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.
Give a child a daily food pack, Cambodia
For families from broken or abusive families in Cambodia, sending a child to school with food in their hands instead of on the streets to work is an impossible dream. If you put a daily breakfast pack in the hands of a child and provide healthy snacks after their class, they'll flourish in school and their parents no longer have to struggle between paying school fees and feeding them. project reportread updates from the field
Get Ready for Girls
The Get Ready for Girls program prepares teenage girls between 11 and 19 years old who are at high risk of trafficking and abuse through intensive training to return to school, start vocational training or apprentice at safe jobs. We reach out to girls who have quit school and working at beer gardens, karaokes and on the street to support their families. We have seen over 60 girls graduated and are now running the 8th batch. project reportread updates from the field
Feed our children, give them Wings to fly!
Families in Phnom Penh slums struggle to survive, especially when they are hit by a crisis such as the sudden loss of a job, an illness or death that destroys their meagre savings and drives them to sell their own children in desperation. When you provide daily meals to our children and families with WINGS, they'll flourish in school for a brighter future. An anonymous donor is covering GlobalGiving's admin deduction of 15% so your funds will be matched completely! project reportread updates from the field
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