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10/02/2016

When Silence Speaks Louder Than Words

Born just four months ago in Kampong Cham, about 300km from Siem Reap Province, Maray was a quiet baby. Her mother was surprised that her daughter was so peaceful when her sister had been suchRead the full story

06/01/2016

It Takes A Village: Daly’s Journey to Find One Small Patient

During a recent multi-day visit to Banteay Meanchey Province to follow-up with malnutrition patients, Angkor Hospital for Children’s nutritionist, Daly, searched all over for the six children on her list. If you missed the firstRead the full story

29/12/2015

Bringing Healthcare Home: Following-Up with Vulnerable Patients

Malnutrition is a chronic and severe problem in Cambodia. 40% of children are stunted (or improperly developed for their age) due to chronic malnutrition, and nearly 20% are wasted due to severe malnutrition. When we admit childRead the full story

03/12/2015

Surviving Childhood Burns

  The healing process for survivors of severe burns is immense: even years after initial treatment, many childhood burn survivors are left with painful, crippling scars. For children living in Cambodia, a country without anyRead the full story

10/11/2015

Nine Years Until Playtime: Sorphea’s Heart Surgical Story

Sorphea was just 15 days old when she was diagnosed with a debilitating congenital heart disease called Tetralogy of Fallot (ToF). The youngest of four surviving children, her mother realized something was amiss with herRead the full story

03/11/2015

A Very Positive Outlook: Dr. Michael Clifford’s First Visit to AHC

This October, we welcomed a volunteer team from Open Heart International (OHI). Since 2012, OHI has been sending cardiac surgical teams to AHC to support AHC’s cardiothoracic surgery programme with the ultimate aim of buildingRead the full story

23/10/2015

The Importance of Universal Vaccinations

UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being at all ages Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services and access to safe, effective, quality andRead the full story

21/10/2015

Help Us FundRaise the Roof!

We need your help. AHC’s hospital buildings were constructed in 1999, and the vast majority of the original structure remains un-changed. As such, certain parts of the buildings are starting to show their age andRead the full story