News & Events



Exciting New Partnership for AHC

This Saturday was the first workshop run by AHC, as part of an exciting collaboration with the Cambodian Hemophilia Association. Bringing together 20 families from Siem Reap, Battambang, Kompong Thom, Banteay Meanchey and Oddar MeancheyRead the full story


AHC’s 2013 Annual Report

Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) releases its first annual report since transitioning to an independent organization firmly rooted in Cambodia. The 2013 Annual Report highlights four major accomplishments: the beginning of cancer treatment at AHCRead the full story

Seabees Create a Buzz at AHC!

This week AHC has been an extra special hive of activity. Why? It’s been our first glimpse of a rare breed of American Seabee! They’re the construction battalion of the US Navy and they’ve beenRead the full story


AHC Welcomes Tropical Research Tour.

On the 11th and 12th of July, we welcomed 14 doctors to AHC from around the world. They had come together as a part of the ASEAN Chemical Tropical Medicine Course. Organized by the UniversityRead the full story


AHC at International Nursing Conference.

AHC were recently invited to speak at the Nakhon Phanom National and International Conference on Healthcare. It’s an annual international forum, held in Thailand, to discuss the role of cross-cultural education, research and practice inRead the full story


Caring for Cambodia’s career choices.

Yesterday one of our community partners Caring for Cambodia (CFC) held its 3rd annual Career Fair, at Hun Sen Prasat Bakong High School. This event gives upper secondary students (grades 10-12) an opportunity to speakRead the full story


ANZ’s deposit leaves us in the red!

This week, we welcomed staff from ANZ Royal Bank to our hospital laboratory. It’s becoming an annual event, bringing staff from their Siem Reap and Phnom Penh branches together to donate blood here at AHC.Read the full story


Lav’s Story.

When Lim Lav was 12 years old, he was sent to live at a pagoda in the rural village of Kok Thaot—this is a common occurrence for young Cambodian boys as oftentimes their families areRead the full story