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For those children who have no safe options to live with relatives or who are in the process of family-tracing and reintegration, CCT provides short-term and long-term family-based foster care. All the children in our programs are living in a family.
Many of the students in our programs don't have computers at home to learn crucial skills they'll need in university or in their future jobs. CCT works with the local public high school to provide over 1,600 students with ICT classes. CCT’s ICT program ensures that Cambodian youth are learning vital digital skills they will need to keep up with the rest of the world.
We provide a range of educational workshops for community members and families in our programs, including: skillful parenting workshops, school attendance workshops and alcohol support groups. We also train all our staff in child protection.
Meet Vithika: she came top of her class by scoring the best grade in basic Information Communication Technology (ICT) literacy. She wants to become an engineer when she’s older and says that the ICT program provided her with many new opportunities. Click here to read what else she had to say.
“Don’t always believe what you hear straight away. Before I believed people without questioning them. Now I have learnt to think critically with what they say first,” says Bunthan*. Click here to read more about what children enrolled in our community youth centres learn in our programs!
Sorya* is a 17-year-old boy who is enrolled in our community youth centres and was living in CCT’s foster care program. Click here to see how Samnang, our Senior Social Worker, was able to find Sorya's biological family and provide support so Sorya could once again live with them!