News from Southeast Asia
The coup in Myanmar – a sad anniversary
Guillaume d’Aboville, General Director at Children of the Mekong, tells us about the alarming situation in Myanmar, two years after the army took power.
Myanmar, over 2 years into the coup
After over 2 years since the military coup d’etat in Mynamar, what have been the consequences and what can we do to help? Text […]
“In Myanmar, the worst is yet to come” – an exclusive interview
Since the beginning of the military coup d’etat in February 2021, the people continue to live in serious dangers and uncertainties in every aspect […]
Heng MonyChenda, a monk for peace and education in Cambodia
Heng MonyChenda shares the inspiring and important reconstruction journey of the education sector in Cambodia
How does a child end up in a slum in Southeast Asia?
Slums in Asia host an estimated 50% of the entire population and thus millions of children. That population lacks basic necessities like running water […]
Street Children in the Philippines
The Philippines faces a major humanitarian crisis, as the number of street children has largely increased in the past five years due to an […]