- Associate degree in Accounting
- Diploma in pedagogy and technical education extension
Training completed on child safe, advance counseling, administration, labor law, financial sustainability, parenting, child rights, governance, people care, project planning and design, child wellbeing and protection, practical social work skills, play and creative therapies, trauma informed parenting, computing, reconciliation and leadership development
Our Interview With Practitioner
Train families and share knowledge and provide extra consultation on parenting to families
Find suitable families for abandoned children
Domestic adoption provides legal identity and stability for children
Why does it work?
The transfer of knowledge helps provide wider knowledge to stakeholders.
Needs assessment is always key to identifying and responding to the needs and type of support a family and child may need
What doesn't work?
Slow/stagnant progress of collaboration with the judges which has push for more relationship building
Collect information and reflect on the learning in order to explore the best and relevant way to meet the needs of family/child
Data collection is key especially on clients to inform sound judgement/conclusion of the case
Communication is essential which enhances the influence and impact of the work
Domestic adoption process and experience can be shared with others
Where They Operate
Key Areas of Work
In this video Children in Families social workers share their experience of using a cluster model to enhance the social support available to foster carers in Cambodia whilst reducing the demands placed on organisational resources.
This report presents a needs assessment which provides a summary of the situation of children with disabilities who are living in residential care institutions and in communities in Cambodia and proposes seven key recommendations and relevant concrete actions for the short, medium and long term to improve the quality of care of children with disabilities living in institutions and to ensure that they have better access to basic services and are living in a protective environment.