Although overall improving, the healthcare services for babies and children in Cambodia are still underdeveloped, and for those living rural areas, options are slim to none. According to the WHO, malnutrition is causing 40% of children under five to be stunted.
Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) is not only providing exceptional care to children in and around Siem Reap, but as the only training hospital in the country, they are teaching the next generation of doctors and nurses. Medical outreach activities reach those on the outskirts of the city. AHC works closely with government institutions to improve, learn and teach so the standard of paediatric care in the country will increase.