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Volunteer Opportunities: Yes
CRF was established on November 20, 2000 by four Cambodians who have extensive experience in child rights and children and youth empowerment work. CRF provides the following: child rights education; assists the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport with implementing child friendly school policies; empowers children and young people in strengthening child rights governance within schools and local authorities by supporting the school children's councils and child and youth-led groups; provides child protection leadership and support for schools and communities across the key areas of corporal punishment, child labor, safe schools, migration and trafficking; and improves access to water supply, sanitation and hygiene for schools and communities.
To empower, support and mobilize children, young people and adults to implement and maintain all principles within the UNCRC
A world where all children enjoy their rights in all circumstances