The Red Pencil helps people dealing with trauma heal and grow through the creative process of creating art across the mediums of drawing, music and movement and dance.
It was fifteen years ago when Laurence Vandenborre first worked with a traumatised nine-year-old girl who was rescued from the colossal 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that devastated Southeast Asia.
Australian Adrian Paschkow started his tuk tuk movie project to put a smile on the faces of children living in remote areas of Pursat province, while also wanting to motivate them to pursue education, using his tuk-tuk cum mobile mo
Sitting in a humble work space in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Tompoung II is Ky Veasna – his youthful looks, dyed auburn hair and smart-casual attire may fool you into assuming his junior status in the office.
Tucked away in a neglected slum area near Boeung Kak Lake, a young aspiring football coach is harnessing the power of sport for social empowerment and to improve the lives of some of the nation’s poorest children through his charita
Aide et Action works in eight provinces operating permanent libraries, as well as providing mobile libraries to 14 villages a week.
FROM the age of 16, Keam Korng would wake up each day at the crack of dawn to ride his ageing motorbike the more than 20km from Dounkeo commune to Pouk district for his construction job.
One Thursday afternoon after Ta Porng Nuy has finished his work on a yam field in rural Ratanakiri Province, he gathers a selection of books on his three wheeled motorbike, driving it to a nearby town and parking it in the shadow of
When Canadian siblings Anika and Michael Funk founded ethically focused travel company Banana Backpacks in 2017, they had a very clear vision for what they intended to accomplish.
IN RURAL Siem Reap province, rats dare to tread where no person will, as these hairy little heroes place their lives on the line each day for the good of the local community.