Every child – rich or poor – deserves to be healthy.
Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) is a leading children’s healthcare organisation based in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
AHC is a flagship hospital pioneering specialty treatments and care rarely available elsewhere in Cambodia, with some of the most sophisticated facilities and clinicians in the country.
We’re a teaching centre of excellence inspiring a new generation of health workers.
We’re working in some of Cambodia’s poorest communities to empower caregivers with vital health information.
Our community is made up of hospital staff, board members, volunteers, partners and supporters, united under a common mission: improving healthcare for every child in Cambodia.
Over the last twenty years healthcare in Cambodia has improved significantly. However, children still die from preventable causes. Access to quality healthcare within Cambodia is not yet universal. There is a lack of care available for children with long-term, rare or acute conditions – particularly for those in the poorest and most remote villages.
Total treatments were provided from outpatient care to specialty services.
Children received life-saving emergency treatment in our specialist PICU.
Government health facilities received our support to set up systems to improve patient care, install life-saving equipment and provide training and mentorship to health professionals.
Doctors completed their three-year sub-specialty training programme to become a paediatric specialty doctor, to address the gap in specialty care in Cambodia.
Virtual and in-person attendances were recorded in AHC’s educational sessions for external healthcare professionals, nursing and medical students, and AHC staff.
Attendances were recorded in AHC’s prevention and health education activities in villages, schools and communes.
AHC is funded by people like you.
Your donation will save and improve lives.