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“…..I am feeling so excited, even though I am a former Khmer Rouge, I will have a chance to talk about my bitter story. This will help me to relieve my suffering hidden in my heart for more than 30 years, which in this lifetime will never be forgotten…..”.
This is an extract from a testimony of a former Khmer Rouge which was read aloud at our recent Community-Based Truth-Telling Ceremony in Kampong Chhnang province.
Watch CNC (Cambodia News Channel, in Khmer) tonight (Wednesday) around 7h20 PM! Mr. Seang Leap, TPO project coordinator (psychologist/counselor) will talk about psychotic patients who have been chained up.read more
Johan Bergendorff, global health correspondent of the Swedish radio visited TPO in Cambodia earlier this year.
In part 1 of the news report below he talks about the immense need for mental health care in Cambodia and TPO’s Operation Unchain which helps unlock mentally ill people
Help TPO Cambodia (Transcultural Psychosocial Organization Cambodia) bring mental health care and psychosocial support to those Cambodians who need it most, but have no access to it. In many rural parts of Cambodia, mental health care services are completely lacking, people have little awareness about mental health issues and what can be done about them, and more often than not don’t have the means to afford or reach the much needed help.read more
A big thank you to everybody who has helped us reach this Facebook milestone. Your appreciation means a lot to us. Together, we can keep raising awareness about mental health in Cambodia.read more