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The 8-year-old was frantically trying to clean her legs, which were covered in blood. Srayov commune police chief Kang Sorn attempted to question the girl—who remained silent and continued bleeding—for nearly half an hour before she fainted and was taken to the provincial referral hospital. When she regained consciousness, she told her mother that she had been raped by her year-old neighbor.
Many had arrived the previous night, after traveling hundreds of miles by car, motor scooter, and even oxcart to reach this hospital in the bustling city of Siem Reap, a few miles from the 12th-century Angkor Wat temple complex. Mosquito nets, borrowed from the hospital, hung over benches that people had pushed together for makeshift beds. At a. Within half an hour, it was 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and the noise had become so clamorous that one of the nurses needed a bullhorn to call out the names of those who were next in line to be seen by a doctor.
You will be redirected to your dashboard shortly. We will also call you back in 24 hrs. Get a taste of ancient Southeast Asia on your trip to Cambodia.
Laurie Bachrach and I returned to Cambodia for our fourth trip, lasting from February 2 through February 7, While our humanitarian and philanthropic interest are broad, we have chosen to distinguish our work in Cambodia by doing due diligence on organizations that meet observable needs and emphasize transparency. This trip was characterized by due diligence and led to some very rich experiences.
Young Leaders. This blog was originally posted in but this story still happens in Cambodia today:. One of our young leaders, a recent high school graduate has started University.
All photos courtesy of Action Pour Les Enfants. Rong Rattana was watching. The man, Jack Sporich, was a retired engineer who'd moved to Cambodia from Arizona, after spending nine years in US prison and another three in a state hospital for molesting young boys.
As one of the most prominent women in Cambodian politics, Mu Sochua has championed democratic values and human rights. Yet, in Sochua was forced to flee Cambodia amidst a government crackdown on opposition leaders and civil society. Though she is unable to return to Cambodia, Sochua has continued to fight for her country.