APLE is a Cambodian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established in 2003, dedicated to build a community with robust social and legal justice in which all children are safe from child sexual abuse and exploitation.
APLE’s mission is to strengthen national social and legal mechanisms for the protection of children at risk of, or affected by, child sexual abuse or exploitation
- Criminal Justice Development
- Court Support
- Community Engagement
- Research & Advocacy
Number of employees: 29
Where they work:
APLE work in Cambodia with their headquarters in Phnom Penh.
To find out more:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aplecambodia.org
- Twitter: @aple_cambodia
- YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/apleorg
To connect with APLE:
Seila Samleang, Exectuive Director
Tel: +85523 996 351
What area of your practice are you most proud of and why?
Child protection and strengthening of the criminal justice capacity towards implementing child friendly practise in responding to child sexual abuse and exploitation because this is aligned with our strategic goal and our work will change how the criminal justice system in Cambodia treats child victims of sexual abuse/exploitation.
What should other organisations or practitioners contact you about:
We can be contacted for any enquiry or support for child protection related matters such as reporting suspicion of abuse, legal aid for child victims, legal advice on how to best handle cases of child sexual abuse, development of child protection policy/measures, training, community engagement and assistance for law enforcement.