APLE's Phnom Penh Headquarter APLE H.Q. #19, St.318 Phnom Penh or visit the secret house No.46,103 st.
APLE has released a number of the studies and analysis that where ordered on their behalf or made by their own staff. A number of western Embassies gave financial support for these studies, namely the British, French and Swiss Embassies.darnaudet-in-pp.jpg
It is important to read these studies, particulary the earlier one's. There is a clear warning about sending unqualified civilians on a snitch course against suspected Pedophiles. This is the work for qualified and well trained Police and government agencies ! The final object of APLE's initiative should be limited in time and ultimately done by the regular Cambodian Police and Jurisdiction, which still has'nt happen in 2011 and possibly never will. Instead a new corruption system has beeing born . For details see the email exchange between Darnaudet & Makhout.The email Files
In 2011, some 7 years later, APLE has expanded to 55 undercover Spies and numerous local and foreign Staff. There is no end in sight ! And the Cambodian Government seems to be happy when Foreigners fight Foreigners. The Domestic Problem of Child Abuse meanwhile has mushroomed due to access of Porno Movies on mobile phones,DVD's and the lack of serious interest by any NGO to tackle this Problem Head on. They probably don't want to interfere in local affairs and fear reprisals which could endanger their posh lifestyle in Cambodia.
2006_action_pour_les_enfants_child_sexual_exlo.pdf [672 KB]
a-study-on-cambodias-criminal-justice-system.pdf [15 KB]
street-pedophilia-in-cambodia.pdf [698 KB]
street-based-sexual-exploitation-in-cambodia--.pdf [672 KB]
aple-sihanoukville.pdf [139 KB]
grooming-abroad---the-cambodian-context.pdf [42 KB]
dossier_protect_prensa.pdf [3,644 KB]
research-report-on-ngos-responses-in-siem-reap.pdf [299 KB]
aplelawstudy.pdf [532 KB]
a-profile-of-victims.pdf [615 KB]
aple-victims.pdf [615 KB]
aple3pdf.pdf [672 KB]
cambodia-law-on-trafficking-96-eng.pdf [32 KB]
dossier_protect_prensa.pdf [3,644 KB]
A List of french NGO's in Cambodia - French Embassy 2006, including Contact Adresses of APLE in Cambodia and France
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14 March 2013
On March 5 Sokan Kang, research coordinator of Protect in Siem Reap, gave a session on child protection against abuse and child sexual exploitation led to 100 students between 12 and 15 years.
Sokan explained the risks of abuse and sexual exploitation to which the students could be exposed, explained the techniques common approach of the assailants, and also spoke of the impact on victims and their families. They conveyed the importance of protecting and report any suspicious situation that could live.
Flyers were distributed also to the number of assistance Protect and informative booklets were delivered to staff of the NGO Room to Read who work with schoolchildren in the area and who requested the briefing in the belief that knowledge is the best prevention .
In Cambodia, more than a third of the population lives below the poverty line and that makes many children vulnerable to sexual abuse and exploitation. In addition, cultural specificities such as the honor and reputation of the family traditionally valued-and the desire to maintain harmony above all, contributes to a culture of silence that surrounds child sexual abuse and exploitation and creates a climate where these crimes can be committed with impunity.
In the last three years from Global Humanitarian / APLE have stepped up efforts in awareness and education for schoolchildren, authorities and communities on child abuse and child sexual exploitation and trafficking in human beings to identify and to prevent hazardous situations and report suspicious incidents. Education and knowledge are powerful tools to prevent and combat these crimes against children.
Image: The child protection meeting was held in one of the temples of the community in Siem Reap Samrong. (Global Humanitarian / APLE)aple-siem-reap-training.jpg
Most of those children will now see a Child Abuser in every white man that they see. APLE and Globalhumanitaria, congratulation: Mission Accomplished !