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Cambodian Center for Independent Media

CCIM was established in June 2007 and registered with the Ministry of Interior as a non-governmental organization. CCIM is the legal entity of VOD Radio, which originally began airing in January 2003 under the supervision of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR). CCIM has brought about the cooperation of numerous international NGOs, local NGOs, networks companies, and community based organizations in order to effectively build an independent media network in Cambodia.

A New Day Cambodia

A New Day Cambodia, founded in the United States in 2007, is an international relief and development organization whose goal is to provide shelter, food, and education for impoverished children in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

CCHR, Cambodian Center for Human Rights

The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) is a non-partisan, independent, non-governmental organization that works to promote and protect democracy and respect for human rights throughout Cambodia. It focuses primarily on civil and political rights and on a variety of interlinked human rights issues.[1] The white bird flying out of a circle of sky blue on the logo of the organization symbolizes Cambodia’s quest for freedom

Daughters of Cambodia

Daughters of Cambodia is a faith-based non-Government organization reaching out to victims of sex-trafficking and sex-exploitation in Cambodia. We work to eradicate enslavement in the sex industry by offering them opportunities to walk free and start a new life. Daughters’ operates a center in the heart of an area of Phnom Penh brothels, where young women or young men wishing to leave sex work are offered employment in our seven small fair-trade businesses and a range of social and psychological services


LICADHO is a national Cambodian human rights organization. Since its establishment in 1992, LICADHO has been at the forefront of efforts to protect civil and political and economic and social rights in Cambodia and to promote respect for them by the Cambodian government and institutions. Building on its past achievements, LICADHO continues to be an advocate for the Cambodian people and a monitor of the government through wide ranging human rights programs from its main office in Phnom Penh and 12 provincial offices.

Digital Divide Data

Since 2001, DDD has pioneered the Impact Sourcing model, working with young people in countries with untapped talent, ambition and drive–but few attractive employment options. We create better futures for our staff through a long-term work experience in the business process outsourcing industry –plus training and the opportunity to complete a university degree. Through Impact Sourcing, DDD provides quality services to clients, develops human resources to fuel growth in countries such as Cambodia, Laos and Kenya—and changes lives.

Harpswell Foundation

The mission of the Harpswell Foundation is to empower a new generation of women leaders in Cambodia and the developing world.

Cambodia Living Arts

CLA’s mission is to create the conditions that will allow Cambodian arts to flourish, so that they can empower and transform individuals and communities. They do this by building capacity, of artists and the arts community, by promoting awareness of the arts, and by facilitating advocacy with cultural policymakers and major institutions. In doing so, they aim to create value and understanding of what it means to be Cambodian and to create a sense of unity and shared culture.

Strey Khmer

Strey Khmer’s Mission is to provide resources, educational and logistical support to women who face barriers to the full realization of their basic human rights, including the right to an adequate standard of living, the right to good health and the right to be safe and free from harm.

The Landmine Museum, Siem Riep

The Cambodian Landmine Museum Relief Facility (CLMMRF) is more than a museum. It is also a home that provides education and support for dozens of at-risk youth and landmine affected children rescued by the CLMMRF NGO. Many children who are part of this family suffered overwhelming hardships. The Cambodian Landmine Museum Relief Facility was created so that it might serve as a place of healing for bodies, hearts and minds. We believe that love, support and education will help secure a better opportunity for the children that live here.