M’Lop Tapang (MT) was ADMCF’s very first partner and when we started working together the organisation was at an early stage working with just 200 children at the time.
ADMCF helped MT with strategic advice, management support and funding and also facilitated the development of a wide network of supporters. We provided the land and co-financed the construction of a large purpose-built centre and, in subsequent years, its expansion. ADMCF and funding partners were also instrumental in purchasing land and developing an arts and sport centre, night shelters and a vocational training restaurant.
M’lop Tapang is the first organisation ADMCF supported and currently works with over 6,000 children and youth in Cambodia, providing them and their families with holistic support.
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2019: Year in Review
June 15, 2020
I am writing this amidst the current global public health crisis. We’ve shut down our economies and moved indoors in response. At ADMCF, we have been reflecting on what we can learn from this challenging moment and the role of ...
India’s Hotline for Reporting Online Child Sexual Abuse Imagery: Keeping Children Safe
January 10, 2018
Late last year Aarambh India was honoured to receive the National Award for Child Welfare from the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind. The citation highlighted the ADMCF/Prerana initiative’s Online National Resource Centre ...
Saving Babies Lives: Using Innovation and Best Practice to Improve Health Outcomes
November 27, 2017
Angkor Hospital for Children
Written by AHC Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) in Siem Reap, Cambodia has been striving for almost two decades to provide high quality, compassionate care at no cost to the children who need it most. The organisation has ...