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The CCASVA Street-based Program has been in operation for the past 15 years, focusing on children who live on the streets and in the slums around Phnom Penh but who return home (or to some sort of shelter) each night and are not considered "high risk", and therefore not requiring 24/7 care in CCD. These children are monitored on a daily basis by CCASVA social workers who meet them at designated meeting places, and are on hand to counsel them and alert authorities if they are seen to be in danger or at risk of mistreatment.

The Street-based Program provided the activities as following
  • Building trust to children with providing some activities such as drawing, painting, coloring, playing, reading, telling tales, cutting nails, hair cut etc. and then we absorb our program to them.
  • Provide basic health care, non-formal education, counseling, service for first aid, health education and refer to hospital/clinic when serious sick or wound.
  • Facilitation to legal assistance for victims and children in conflict with law.
  • Facilitate to children access to formal education in public school.
  • Provide life skills, vocational training, and income generation to children.
  • Work in cooperation with local authorities to rescue victims and serious vulnerable children from violence, exploitation and sexual abuse to safe place for alternative care in centre or community.   ppa 03The Street based program has covered in three Khans with six Sangkats in Phnom Penh
  • In Khan Meanchey we covered in three Sangkat Chhbar Ampove, Sangkat Stoeung Meanchey and Sangkat Boeung Tompun.
  • In Khan Chamkamorn we covered in Sangkat Tomnup Teuk and Sangkat Phsa Deumskov)
  • Facilitation to legal assistance for victims and children in conflict with law.
  • Facilitate to children access to formal education in public school.
  • Provide life skills, vocational training, and income generation to children.
  • In Khan Prampi Makara we covered in one Sangkat Vealvong. Some street children who have been assessed as being at "high risk" by commune leaders and CCASVA staff (ie. considered too dangerous to live in their present circumstances) will come to the CCD for 24/7 care. Here they will be medically evaluated, vaccinated, counselled, meet the kids and join the CCD education and vocational program.   

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