The Freedom Project documentary, "Every Day in Cambodia", first broadcast last year, airs again this weekend. The film, presented by actress Mira Sorvino, documents the appalling plight of children sold into sex slavery, sometimes by their own mothers, and the people fighting to stop the practice.
Watch it on CNN International at the following times in ET: Saturday March 22 at 0400, 1500 and 2100; Sunday at 0600.
im so hurted , Mira what your doing its great incredible work. im Tanzanian recent graduate in community development, i can sugest that to find also the solution that maybe would be better to create community economic development , thus by creting collaborative e onomic group......their mother would save a little (saving and loans) thus will tackle their harship in economic status. in any help just email me. i will makemore clarification. thanks
I have visited Cambodia and seen the poverty and the results of the countries troubled past. I agree Mira is helping in a small way to expose what is happening. CNN's project is also helping. Don Brewster his wife and the team are doing great work. Could the major difference be made in breaking the cycle of poverty in those villages. While not excusing what those mothers did the cycle of debt and threats is difficult to combat. You could see those sad mothers. The real heros are those brave and strong girls good luck to them and other girls in the same situation. We must all help.
I am Cambodian, I watch the trial but miss the whole video as the time show is late night here.
Is it possible to play the Video again and I will inform my other friend to watch CNN. And if the DVD available for sell i would interest to buy and share it with my freind
There are so many problems in Cambodia that aren't being shown in the media..especially in the western countries. I strongly urge the media to take a look into issues in Cambodia and broadcast it more often...especially CNN because this country has suffered for so many decades already and still needs help. There are so many people in the western society that would know exactly where vietnam and thailand is but they can't tell you what cambodia is or where it's located. That is unacceptable. Just because a country isn't well known, doesn't mean you don't do any media work on it or write about it. Here's a link to what happened in Cambodia recently that CNN never cared to even show and information shown in that one article from cnn is the worst written piece with horrible information shown. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ2RntFvqlg
I think it was happen everywhere in this world, it not only in Cambodia and this place close by government many year ago but now you come back and dig it. As i remember in this video i can see this location changing a lot with new building and look better as before too poor location.
It sad and great interview but why most interview with Vietnam people? and Is it fair for Cambodia people? because this project about everyday in Cambodia??
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I saw the commercial of this program when I was traveling in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, I had to miss the program due to flight schedule. This seems so inspiring, I was wondering if cnn will show it again in the near future? Please have such inspiring program show again!
Though i have not watched the video, judging from the report i think the Cambodian situation need exposure and int'l support.
Gud day mommy how was ur day and how are u doing. pls i don"t know how u will take i., but i need ur help if u can. PLS mommy i need ur help, AM CONFUSED BECAUSE I DON"T WERE TO START OR WERE TO STOP. MY PROFILE IS A LONG STORY. am monday b anme from akwa ibom but live with my uncle in lagos i lost my mother @48 in the pas one year (2012). for now things are not getting better for us aand i don"t were to go and who to go and beg . bumy mine direct me to u, if u can help me i will be happy and ggod will blessed you andru family. to belives me , here is my info. i will tell u mmore on phone .+2348166101509 Friday 1:38pm If u want to talk has to be on here bc my cell is being run from wifi 35 minutes ago Gud day mommy hmm, wat i want to tell u is along storry. and i did not know how u will take it . what i need is ur help, for u to belive me i prefear to know on phone. am confusd and wat i need is help if u can help pls mommy and pls God will reward you.. ineed help t; go to sechoo
3 Cheers for CNN for sharing this problem with the world; and 6 cheers for all the women who are victims who are speaking out and strengthening, and 9 cheers for anyone who has the balls to help do anything about it.
The Elegant Design Product
There is the functional product with simple and elegant design, according to furniture shop in Cambodia The Elegant Design Product highlighted.
By this way this design consists of two different modules that can be fused to obtain compositions.
One more thing Rift is shown in the field of technical and aesthetic new idea of radiators.
Moreover it is a modular radiator that was developed to meet the personalization requirements of the architect needs.
Anyway it has two modules made of technical aluminum such as the lined up horizontally or vertically, parallel or irregularly and these modules can attach the wrong way to create symmetrical or asymmetrical sculptural compositions.
Outlaw fashion by Claire MacLean
Though there are many way to conventionally design a bathroom for a contemporary and deluxe approach, defying the norm can also sometimes bring out something new and thus leading to a new trend. Thus, designer Claire MacLean had demolish the traditional enclosed bathroom and remodeled it to be an open-air view with the outdoor bushes and seaside backdrop.
"A stand-alone, two-person tub was another requirement," she says. "This was positioned in front of large, sliding windows to maximize the bush outlook. With the windows open, it is like bathing outdoors. The position of the bath also provides a view through the house to the sea out the other side."
"The client wanted a vanity that was a little out of the ordinary, hence the shaped basin and a glass mosaic splashback that is almost the full height of the room. The cantilevered unit contributes to the spacious look." added the designer, according to reliable furniture shop in Phnom Penh
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A room to entertain by Gail Drury
Delivered by trustworthy construction in Cambodia construction materials, blessed with a large space, owners of the featured kitchen wished for the renovated space that would carry out its duty without the expense of aesthetics and mainly be an entertaining zone for their guests.
Designer Gail Drury’s solution was an incorporation of a large island of five seats, and two taller side windows for an even airier and lighter appearance.
"A muted high-gloss paint color was chosen to offset the dark-stained cabinetry," she said. "And we added a splash of soft green in the near-symmetrical center cabinetry, which houses the refrigerator and pantry."
I was introduced to AIM through the Freedom Project and as a result, partnered with them to produce my tunics and tunic dresses. All are available for sale at SE Asia Brands – http://www.seasiabrands.com. A portion of the sales goes toward funding scholarships for at-risk young adults in Cambodia!
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