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SoengNews of Soeng!

Soeng
Soeng is now 8 years old.

Soengs family
There has been a change in Soengs family, Hang, his little sister, was born.

School
Soeng is attending primary school. His way to school lasts around 45 min.

Health
According to his family Soeng is fit and has had no critical illness. The next healthcare facility is two hours away.

source: Plan-International

 

SoengWe are Plan-Pate

Since the end of 2009 our company SuP-Trans Transport & Logistik GmbH has been Plan-Pate. Together with the Plan International Deutschland e.V. we have been supporting the little Soeng from Cambodia.

Soeng
Soeng is 7 years old and lives in the area Angkor Thom in Cambodia. He speaks Khmer and attends the primary school in his village. His family says Soeng is fit and hasn’t had any critical illness.

Soengs family
Both his parents, his father born in 1980 and his mother born in 1970, are farmers.
Soeng has two brothers (3 and 5 years old).

Children situation
Early marriage, child prostitution, child trafficking, violence against children, underfeeding and malnutrition as well as insufficient possibilities for learning and medical care. These are only a few of the violations of children’s right.

Challenges
The people are adversely affected by civil war. Over two million people were killed and a lot of people became war invalids during the civil war. The infrastructure of this land has been largely destroyed.

Health
In Cambodia the rate of childhood and maternal mortality is very high. Because of underfeeding and malnutrition many children die of preventable diseases like malaria or dysentery. In the rural areas the medical facilities are very bad equipped and the employees are scarcely trained. In case of illness the people call on a traditional healer and medicine dealers (without any medical knowledge). The infection rate of HIV increases.

Education
Despite compulsory education a lot of children don’t attend school, because there is a lack of buildings, teachers and educational material. Education for girls is not supported in rural areas.

Social environment
Less than half of the rural people have access to clear drinking water, only eight percent own latrines.

source: Plan-International