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- APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian Safer Internet Day (SID) Committee
In the midst of adversity, Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE) Cambodia is committed to overcome and adapt in order to stay focused on its most important goal: protecting children from online and offline sexual abuse and exploitation.Read more
- APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian Safer Internet Day Committee
On Tuesday, 11 February 2020, at the National Education Institute in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, APLE Cambodia, in collaboration with the National Committee for Counter Trafficking and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, held the event "Together for a better internet" in order to promote the safe use of digital technology, especially among children and young people.Read more
- APLE Cambodia, Cambodian hotline
Seila Samleang, Executive Director at Action pour les Enfants (APLE) Cambodia, shares highlights from the training on "Preventing online child sexual exploitation and internet safety" organised by APLE Cambodia for 47 children and teachers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.Read more
- APLE Cambodia, the Cambodian hotline
APLE Cambodia, an NGO focused on the fight against child sexual abuse and exploitation (CSAE), operates an internet reporting platform allowing the public to report suspected CSAE.Read more
- APLE Cambodia (Internet Hotline Cambodia (IHC))
While technology provides a lot of benefits, it has also been exploited for illegal activities such as producing, accessing and distributing child sexual abuse materials (CSAM). Online child sexual exploitation (OCSE) is a growing concern among stakeholders, however, not many people are aware of or recognise the nature and scope of the problem.Read more