Friends-International works with over 19,000 children and youth every year and works with over 1400 street children and youth in and around the Angkor Temple area, as well as those who are at risk of coming to the streets, prison or who work at the garbage dump sites. There are over 20,000 children living and working on the streets of Cambodia. Most of these children come from the area of Phnom Penh known as the Tonie Bassac squatter community. These children are at high risk of being abused through domestic violence, unsafe migration leading to trafficking, various forms of exploitation including sexual and labour and drug use.
The ChildSafe Network of which Friends-International is a part, is building a protective environment for children, especially street children, to safeguard them from these dangers.
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