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Khmer Rouge survivors share their story.

_MG_7410The psychological impact of the Khmer Rouge era is ongoing, even more than 30 years after the event, but healing is possible. With the help of TPO, survivors can recall and process the past, and by sharing their stories with you, get the truth out, start healing and contribute to reconciliation in Cambodian society.

Read the life stories of Khmer Rouge trauma survivors.

Trauma survivors tell how they became advocates for others.

Ms HAT Hang campaigning in Banan district against domestic violence.The psychological impact of the Khmer Rouge era is ongoing, even more than 30 years after the event, but healing is possible. With the help of TPO, survivors can recall and process the past, and by sharing their stories with you, get the truth out, start healing and contribute to reconciliation in Cambodian society.

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Patients talk about how TPO's work changed their life.

sokhun1The psychological impact of the Khmer Rouge era is ongoing, even more than 30 years after the event, but healing is possible. With the help of TPO, survivors can recall and process the past, and by sharing their stories with you, get the truth out, start healing and contribute to reconciliation in Cambodian society.

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Adapting Psychological Services for Muslim KR Survivors

By Bun Lemhuor, Thlen Sokunnara, Sun Solida and Pich Panha

When TPO staff arranged their first self-help group in 2015 for Muslim survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime, they encountered challenges that were new to them. Men and women did not feel comfortable sitting together, and many were very hesitant to share their sensitive experiences of forced marriage, torture and imprisonment in a group.

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